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Thanks a lot Guilhem, I can go to the libreOffice 's Silverstripe, in the part of occitan.

One question (I hope  for you !! ):  how can I see the new site oc.libreoffice. There is a manipulation to do ? I see the page where I made modification like draft next to the silverstrip 's page but with htts://oc.libreoffice I go on the old version. I must to do some manipulations ?

Thanks for your patience,


Le 28/12/2020 à 17:11, Guilhem Moulin a écrit :
On Mon, 28 Dec 2020 at 16:54:18 +0100, Bruno Gallart wrote:
- After i have tried to do an another login/authentification session with .
Where does that come from?  Please don't create duplicate accounts.

After connexion I am detected like, that is good,
What detects you as such?  Not the Single Sign On platform I guess,
because there is no <> there.  AFAICT you're known as dev@
on both Silverstripe and SSO.

but all the time after I have the screen " Change your password".
If you visit , that's normal.  The
password change screen is the default screen there.  If on the other
hand you login to a service that relies on our SSO system for
authentication (like silverstripe, the wiki, gerrit, …) you should be
automatically redirected that said service after authentication.

I think maybe is talking about the old password with my old compte.
Nope, only the new credentials are relevant here :-)

Yes i went to and it gives me the error " Server Error "
*After* logging out from SSO and logging back in?  As far as I can tell
not, because the timestamp of last authentication precedes by almost
15min the time at which I manually linked the accounts.

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