We want to use the Bitbucket Server DIY Backup scripts provided by Atlassian (available here) as the basis to the backup system of our Bitbucket server. Before we can start using the scripts provided by Atlassian, we have to validate if the license covering the code is compatible with our legal requirements. But I can't find any license information. So do anyone know how the source of the Bitbucket DIY backup scripts are licensed?
Hi @Edouard Erulin ,
As the backup scripts are provided under the Atlassian Labs workspace in Bitbucket, I believe they are governed under Section 8 of our software agreement - as noted on the Atlassian Labs listing on the Marketplace:
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And here for your convenience, is Section 8 from the Software License Agreement:
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I hope that helps!
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