You could try the following SQL query on your database. (I have tested it against Postgres)
select su.name, max(sa.created_timestamp) from stash_user su join sta_activity sa on sa.user_id = su.id where su.id not in ( select s.id from sta_activity a join stash_user s on a.user_id = s.id where a.created_timestamp > CURRENT_DATE - integer '30' order by s.name desc ) group by su.name
It will give you a list of all "stash-users" i.e. users counting toward your license, that haven't any activity registered the last 30 days. It takes ALL activities into consideration. I haven't found out yet what the different activity_types represent so I look for them all in this query.
I tried this on my instance and it seems to work as expected. Please play around with it and let me know how it works for you!
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