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Re: [libreoffice-website] Did something change the system?


Hi,

On Wed, 05 Sep 2018 at 10:55:17 +0900, Junichi Matsukawa wrote:
> Asked for Login, I got an error screen even if I input a password.
> […]
> Did something change the system?

Right, we changed the authentication method from Silverstripe's built-in
system to Single Sign On. (Like the wiki a couple of months ago.)
Sorry for being silent about it, my mail to the list is still in my
“Draft” folder…

Anyway, your Silverstripe account and its associated access rights are
preserved. But you can't use your old Silverstripe credentials to login
anymore. Instead, please login to https://auth.documentfoundation.org/
(or the page you're being redirected to) using your Single Sign On
username and password. AFAICT your SSO username is also the username
you're using on the wiki; if you forgot your password you'll find a
password reset link under the “sign in” form.

Hope that helps,
cheers,
--
Guilhem.

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