Is it possible to use the "Free for Open Source" option for a political party?

It there any chance to get a free or a lower priced version for a sub-organisation of a political party?

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If it's PPFABWE (Programmers Party For A Better World Elsewhere), I think so.

Leaving the joke aside, see if your sub-organization qualifies:

Edit: Unless the sub-organization is doing software, I think this is what you're asking for

Jep our sub-organization or general our political party creates no software. The suggested Community License said that it can not be used by a government organization. But our party was already elected and so it is definitely a goverment organization, isn't it?

Yes, I believe it is actually a goverment organization now. But you could try sending a request to see what happens ;)

As I see here:

There are a few requests:

  1. The project is licensed under a licenseapproved by the Open Source Initiative.
  2. The project source code is available for download.
  3. Your open source project has a publicly accessible website.
  4. Atlassian's software is accessible to the public.

In that webpage you can request one.

Hope this helps!

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