At Couchbase we’re focused on providing a smooth and seamless interaction with us, both online and in person. As such, we’re working hard to improve your experience on both the Couchbase Forums and Community Directory, and will be eliminating OneLogin from the sign-in process during our upgrade of these two programs.

On Monday, March 11, 2019 we will remove the OneLogin SSO option. You will now be able to log into both of these systems using either your Google/Facebook/Linkedin or GitHub ID. And to support our future online improvements to the forums, you’ll need to re-login on Tuesday, March 12 to guarantee that your forum history and activity will be carried over after the upgrade. Be sure to keep your same email or username for the forum when registering for the Couchbase Forums / Community Directory.

Below are some FAQ’s to learn more about the process and how to preserve your forum history during the upgrade.

FAQs

Who do I contact if I’m having trouble logging in?
Please directly contact the provider you are using to login, i.e., Google/Facebook/GitHub/Linkedin. If problems persist, please contact webrequests who will be able to help you. 

Will I lose all of my post history?
No, not if you sign in with the same email address you previously used with us.

What do I do if I don’t have a Google/Facebook/GitHub account?
Please log in via the local login link at the top of the page or via the site in question, Forums or Community Directory

Posted by Laura Czajkowski, Developer Community Manager, Couchbase

Laura Czajkowski is the Snr. Developer Community Manager at Couchbase overseeing the community, our incentive programs, Experts and Champions group, meetups, and defining our presence at developer events. She’s also responsible for our monthly developer newsletter and engaging with our community in various forms.Laura has been active in Open Source communities since 2000 and has been involved in various activities, including leading and organising conferences on software testing, documentation, and advocacy. Laura is an Open Source advocate and regular conference speaker who is passionate about getting people – everyone from primary school students to technology professionals – involved in Open Source communities both on IRC and in face-to-face discussions, she is easily found online at @czajkowski on twitter and on freenode.

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