Looks like this offer is bound to GitHub projects.
The first reply to the post explains that:
Just to clarify – if your project is on GitHub and you don’t quite meet the threshold criteria of …
… feel free to contact us via the form. We’ll work with you.
The purpose of the thresholds isn’t to arbitrarily keep projects away, but rather to ensure that there’s enough critical mass for a solid discussion community to form around your project. We guesstimate it takes about 5 people actively participating in the discussions each day for your discussion community to “work”.
Additionally, there’s another provision or something for open-source projects that Discourse actually uses to operate, and I’m fairly sure that Go is one of those
And also, Go qualifies again since its Github mirror has 23K stars. https://github.com/golang/go
Thanks for clarifying. My fault to not read the announcement closely enough.
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