For me it also works if I go directly to
Matbe that solves your problem.
Dave Barton schreef op 21.01.2020 16:38:
*From:* Caroline Carlisle Tidwell [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
*Sent:* Tuesday, January 21, 2020, 14:37 UTC
*Cc:* LibreOffice Documentation
*Subject:* [libreoffice-documentation] Getting Started Guide for LO
Is there a DevOps specialist that knows about how the server in the
works or where the issue might be with an access point to the
Folder? One person helped a bit before, but I don't think that was
proper person on that one.
I can authenticate locally in the US, but I can't open the door so to
once in Nextcloud.
For future reference please start a new thread with a new subject line,
not by replying to an unrelated post by someone else.
It's unclear what you are trying to do when you say "how the server in
the US works". The Nextcloud instance is on our own TDF servers in
I am aware that Olivier Hallot (Docs Team Lead) has been in contact
you, which suggests that he has made the necessary arrangements for you
to access our Nextcloud instance and you will already have the
user name and password to do so.
In that case you need to go to this page:
https://auth.documentfoundation.org/saml/singleSignOn and log in.
If this is not the case please post a request to this list
email@example.com requesting access our Nextcloud
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