Most Forge repositories for published specifications are public. This means that anyone can access, read and download them. However, for many other actions - such as making a CR - you are required to log in. This guide explains how to do that.
Step 1 - Get to the log-in page
Head to the 3GPP Forge Sign-In page.
Step 2 - Username and password
Use your EOL (ETSI Online) username and password. These are the same credentials you use to log in to the ETSI Portal or the 3GPP Portal. So if you have ever contributed a document, you already have the credentials you need to make changes in the Forge!
You are now logged in. Congratulations!
Step 3 (Optional) - Update your profile
If you have never logged in before, the ETSI Forge will have automatically created a new Forge profile for you. To do this, go to your Profile page.
Editing your profile allows you to:
- Set your full name. This is the name that people will see when you do things on the Forge, such as commit changes or raise issues. It defaults to your EOL username, but you can change it.
- Set your avatar. This allows you to set a picture for your profile. Because pictures are fun! But it also helps people quickly and easily recognise who each change or commit belongs to.