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The Chronograf release notes includes details about features, bug fixes, and breaking changes for current and earlier Chronograf OSS releases.
See Contributing to InfluxDB OSS for information about how you can contribute to the InfluxDB OSS GitHub project.
In order to begin contributing to InfluxDB OSS project, you need to complete and sign the InfluxData Contributor License Agreement (CLA).
See the open source license for conditions and restrictions for the use of the Chronograf source code.
Chronograf is released under the GNU Affero General Public License. This Free Software Foundation license is fairly new, and differs from the more widely known and understood GPL.
Our goal with using AGPL, much like MongoDB, is to preserve the concept of copyleft with Chronograf. With traditional GPL, copyleft was associated with the concept of distribution of software. The problem is that nowadays, distribution of software is rare: things tend to run in the cloud. AGPL fixes this “loophole” in GPL by saying that if you use the software over a network, you are bound by the copyleft. Other than that, the license is virtually the same as GPL v3.
To say this another way: if you modify the core source code of Chronograf, the goal is that you have to contribute those modifications back to the community.
Note however that it is NOT required that your dashboards and alerts created by using Chronograf be published. The copyleft applies only to the source code of Chronograf itself.
If this explanation isn’t good enough for you and your use case, we dual license Chronograf under our standard commercial license.
Third Party Software
InfluxData products contain third party software, which means the copyrighted, patented, or otherwise legally protected software of third parties that is incorporated in InfluxData products.
Third party suppliers make no representation nor warranty with respect to such third party software or any portion thereof. Third party suppliers assume no liability for any claim that might arise with respect to such third party software, nor for a customer’s use of or inability to use the third party software.
The list of third party software components, including references to associated license and other materials, is maintained on a version by version basis.