academic fees applicable ??

I am ( let s say it that way) the Musee d'Orsay in paris (govt owned non commercial establishment). Am i entitled to academic licences fees.

Anyway I enjoy much 'the way of being' of your site and document

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I would suggest contacting sales [at] atlassian [dot] com.

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Timothy Chin Community Champion Apr 02, 2014

Please read this documentation to find out whether you qualify for the discount (https://www.atlassian.com/licensing/purchase-licensing#licensing-2).

I'd also check the "community licence" option as well, as a lot of charities are eligible for free licences. I don't know how it works in other countries, but in the UK, some of our museums are run as charities, and as long as they also meet the additional "secular" rule, they would qualify for the community licencing.

Hi Folks !

Welle I am still usure about academic qualifying ( because I have to investigate on my side)

Anyway I ll start with 10 users confluence + question which is enough for my team ( we are 6 of us)

I just find it unfair to pay so litle for such a good service !

A bientot !

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