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I have two accounts at Confluence with firstname.lastname@example.org as the e-mail:
These are apparently temporary accounts. Is there some more permanent stable account I can set up that would not require an expense?
I teach technical writing at Austin Community College (Texas) and want to develop a course where my students get oriented to Confluence (and eventually Jira).
-- David McMurrey, Ph.D.
Business, Government & Technical Communications
Austin Community College
Andy, I went to Atlassian Foundation but saw this in the intro to the license application:
Atlassian’s Community licenses and subscriptions are designed for qualifying charitable non-profit organizations that are non-government, non-academic, non-commercial, non-political, and have no religious affiliation.
Doesn't sound good . . .
@David McMurrey what do you mean by these URL's being temporary accounts? Are they on the free tier and therefore have a limit to the number of users? Are you looking for a single persistent instance of confluence you can use for all of your students?
Atlassian offers discounts for Academic institutions. You should request a quote as per their instructions and yo will be contacted by a Sales Agent that can guide you through the process. While the page that I linked to does mention a 50% discount, the Atlassian Foundation will sometimes fully subsidize subscriptions. It is a lengthier application process, but may be worth it in the long run.