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Is Atlassian Community built on an Atlassian product and available for private use?

Is Atlassian Community built on an Atlassian product and available for private use?

Atlassian Developer Community appears to be built from the same base with minor implementation or configuration differences.

I ask because I'm evaluating products for engaging my own products user base.

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Taking a look at the HTML source of the Atlassian Community, it appears higly likely that the Atlassian Community is now based on the lithium platform: https://www.lithium.com/products/online-communities/

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The Developer community is currently built on Discourse, whereas I can confirm that Stephen is right about this being built on Lithium

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