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We’re welcoming Trello Developers into the Atlassian Developer family, and as part of this change, we're updating the terms that apply to your use of the Trello APIs to bring them in line with those that apply to other Atlassian Developers.
The new terms cover all Atlassian Developers and will replace the existing Trello Developer Terms.
Trello APIs and Power-Up Listings are now offered under the Atlassian Developer Terms, which now include Trello-Specific Terms to cover details about Trello Apps and Power-Up Listings that are unique to Trello. This change will go into effect on November 11, 2022 for new Trello Developers, and December 11, 2022 for existing Trello Developers.
Nothing. However, you should read the list of highlights below so you are aware of some of the key changes. For more information please read the full Atlassian Developer Terms and the Trello-Specific Terms.
End User Terms and End User Data. We provided more detail on the requirements around the agreements you must enter with end users of your Apps and your collection and use of End User Data.
Security and Privacy Terms. We updated the security and privacy requirements that apply to your Apps to align with our current best practices. These updates include (a) a link to our Security Requirements page, which was recently updated to add detailed guidance for Trello Apps, (b) a description of the security and privacy reviews we may conduct on Power-Ups included in the Trello Service, and (c) information about optional participation our bug bounty program.
Conditions on Use. We incorporated a reference to the Atlassian Acceptable Use Policy, which consolidates several of the existing license restrictions in the Trello Developer Terms with other best practices to prevent misuse of our services in a single document.
Open Source Software. We clarified your license rights to any open source software included as part of our developer platform.
Other Legal Terms. Your use of the Trello APIs will now be subject to Atlassian’s standard provisions around export restrictions, and governing law and venue are now California.
When will the new terms take effect for me? The new terms go into effect on November 11, 2022 for new Trello Developers. For existing Trello Developers, the new terms will take effect on December 11, 2022. If you do not agree to any of the changes, your sole remedy is to terminate this Agreement prior to the date on which the changes are to take effect by (i) providing written notice to Atlassian and (ii) ceasing all use of the Trello APIs and retiring all of your public Power-Ups.
What are the Atlassian Developer Terms? This is the agreement between Atlassian and third party individuals, Developers or companies that use the Atlassian Platform to develop Apps and integrate with Atlassian Products, including Trello. It governs the rules for accessing and using the Atlassian Platform, Developer obligations to end users (such as security, provision of legal terms to users, and so on), and other rules of the road for Apps.
Where can I find these Terms? The new terms, effective November 11, 2022, can be found here. An archive of the previous version of the Trello Developer Terms can be found here.
Why are they being updated? The point of this refresh is to (1) bring Trello Developers onto the same Atlassian Developer Agreement that applies to other Atlassian Developers, and (2) update the privacy and security terms that apply to Trello Apps to align them with our current best practices.
What are the major changes? See Highlights from the update above.
Where should Developers go to ask questions about the new terms? Please visit Developer and Marketplace Support to open a ticket.
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