How expensive are these licenses? Is there a way a philanthropic entity could help cover the cost of a license for X number of OHDSI community heads for non-commercial use/academic advancement?
Seems like this is an exercise in bean counting. I would happily figure out a way to crowdfund to get this tool back to being widely accessible. The ATLAS demo is a great conduit for building excitement in the community and drawing collaboration. I know plenty of people who use the public demo while they are learning how to stand-up their own version of ATLAS.