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Community licenses (non-profits)

Community licenses are intended for charitable organizations with a mission to better the world. Atlassian Statuspage will offer eligible non-profit organizations a 75% off discount for any monthly public or private plans.

Eligibility criteria is as follows:

  • Your organization is not for profit

  • Your organization is not run by the government

  • Your organization is non-academic (schools, colleges)

  • Your organization is non-commercial in nature

  • Your organization has no religious affiliation

You can apply for a Community license here.

Open source licenses

Atlassian Statuspage offers open source projects free use of a public status page on the 'Business' plan. Open source projects are not eligible for free private status pages.

Eligibility criteria is as follows:

  • The project must be licensed under a license approved by the Open Source Initiative

  • The project source code must be available for download

  • The open source project must have a publicly accessible website

You can apply for an Open Source license here.

Classroom licenses (student projects)

Atlassian Statuspage offers eligible students of higher education institutions free use of a public status page on the 'Business' plan. Student projects are not eligible for free private status pages.

Eligibility criteria is as follows:

  • Atlassian's free classroom licenses are designated for educational use by students and teachers within a higher-education classroom setting.

  • Classroom licenses may not be used for administrative and other non-classroom functions within an academic institution.

  • Classroom licenses may not be used for commercial purposes.

You can apply for a Classroom license here.

Academic licenses (schools & colleges)

  • We do not currently offer any discounts to schools or colleges.

  • Additionally, as mentioned above, non-profit educational institutions do not qualify for community licenses.

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