We continuously receive requests for customisation of our open source conversational AI platform with a multichannel free live chat and built-in chatbots. Sometimes we also get questions about features that are available in the cloud version but not yet present on-premise as well.
Reason why, transparency-wise, we’ve opened up to hundreds of developers using our open source solution on a daily basis and bring it to the highest possible level. This is because we firmly believe that open source means, above all, transparency as well as trust.
📣📣📣 Buckle up, two massive shocking announcements are coming your way:
We are adopting an open source MIT license for all the modules available on GitHub…
…and it doesn’t end here…
…we are switching Tiledesk, open source Conversational AI platform, to a single codebase
As you may know, most of the Tiledesk modules have been licensed till now under GNU Affero General Public License v3.0 (AGPL 3.0) open source license. Moving from AGPL 3.0 to MIT gives our community more degrees of freedom.
This is because a MIT license is a short and simple permissive license with conditions only requiring preservation of copyright and license notices. Licensed works, modifications, and larger works may be distributed under different terms and without source code.
Tiledesk open source MIT license will allow hundred of developers to get more involved with our project.