I want to access Open Constitution’s Gitbook site for things like writing technical documentation on a project, updating public facing literature, project documentations etc.
Remember that your membership has been accorded appropriate privileges basis Foundation’s Identity Governance guidelines.
A. For citizens;
Open Constitution uses Google Workspace as an IDP(Identity Provider) across many Open Constitution digital tools and services, including Gitbook.
IMPORTANT: For security reasons, the password to your Google Workspace Identity cannot be self reset. If you have forgotten your password, please raise a support ticket.
B1. For subscribers;
If you are a subscriber to the Open Constitution network, you can sign into Gitbook resources with a verified google account or a verified email, from a third party mailing services.
You can also ‘'Sign in with Github account’', if you have one.
As a subscriber, you may have guest privileges. You can gain more privileges by Self Identifying and becoming a full member.
B2. For subscribers, who are affiliated with an Open Constitution partner organisation;
If you are a subscriber to the Open Constitution network, and affiliated to an organisation in the Open Constitution partner directory, you can also login to Foundation’s Gitbook site, using the email service from the partner organisation, provided that the partner has set up a domain name verification with Foundation’s Gitbook Workspace.
Depending on the partner to whom a subscriber is affiliated, you may have suitable privileges in the Gitbook site. You can gain more privileges by Self Identifying and becoming a full member of the Open Constitution.