Atlassian Open Source License

Hi, I've created an Open Source Software and launched it onto GitHub, it's going really well and has a small following of users. I applied for the Atlassian Open Source License and has been approved. I'm not intending to develop any Commercial products with the source code BUT I'm looking into what I can do to fund my Open Source Project while abiding by Atlassians Open Source License. Reading the Wiki on Open Source, some projects do things like offer services, training, merchandise or SAAS (Software as a Service) in where you have a subscription service. Is anything that I am mentioning going against Atlassians guidelines for the Atlassian Open Source License? Thank you.

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IMHO criteria for Open Source license are defined on https://www.atlassian.com/software/views/open-source-license-request. You already passed them with your project and you have to fulfil the common End User Agreement - that's it!

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