I've learned from https://www.atlassian.com/software/views/community-license-requestAtlassian Community Licence can't be used for Atlassian OnDemand. So is it true a non-profit organization can't use OnDemand Jira unless it purchase a commercial licence?
You say Atlassian doesn't offer any discounts, but right there at the link you sent me to, I see:
"Academic pricing is available to qualified academic institutions for Atlassian's server products."
And elsewhere: "Qualified open source projects can receive free subscriptions for Atlassian Cloud offerings."
So right there are two discounts for your cloud products. I'm not sure I understand why rich universities would qualify, but not a struggling nonprofit publisher of news and information about the K-12 education enterprise in the US (unlike universities, decidedly not rich, and getting hammered all the time by cynical policymakers).
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