Yes, assuming that only 25 will be named users in Stash. A user is per login name.
Licensing fees are quoted per total number of 'Stash users'. A Stash user is by definition any user account in the Stash system with the 'use' permission, i.e. anyone who can view the site while logged in.
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Perhaps this is a better reference Jens?
Three types of permissions:
Never ever heard of 'use' permissions as a contextual word in repos or filesystems - is that a permissions 'term' that you use at Atlassian only?
Regardless, your clarification is an important distinction and valid point compared with my first answer - so yes, FAQ could be clearer to this, I guess, since it came up.
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