The new Atlaskit public “mirror” (https://bitbucket.org/atlassian/design-system-mirror/src/master/) does not mirror the source code used to produce the publicly distributed modules (on npmjs.com). The “mirror” does not appear to have been updated since it first appeared 3 weeks ago, and this source code diverges further each day with the “built” production modules that Atlassian continues to update daily via npm. This creates various difficulties for our team with builds, identifying and fixing bugs, etc
Additionally, source code for many Atlaskit modules is not available on the “mirror”. (Only the “core” section of Atlaskit is included, which for our product, represents only about 40% of our Atlaskit usage. ) This Apache-2.0 license source code is no longer available in any form. I assume that these modules are those referenced by the README.md file in saying that parts of Atlaskit are moving from open to “closed” source.
So, I have two questions:
Is this “mirror” the last update that developers can expect of Atlaskit source? Or can developers expect that the publicly available source for Atlaskit will be updated frequently to reflect the npm modules and the Atlassian application binaries that we maintain for our customers?
When will Atlassian be announcing the specifics ot its move from the Apache-2.0 license? Specifically, exactly which modules are no longer open source?