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Services already enabled - just login with your LDAP creds:
NameService URILDAP FeaturesNotes 
id/selfservehttps://id.apache.orgpassword change, personal details, email forwardingIf you lose access to this, you lose to all LDAP backed services. Email root@ if this happens 
Jenkinshttps://builds.apache.orglogin to create, configure and maintain project builds.PMCs grant access for creating/editing builds via the hudson-jobadmin ldap group 
Sonar Analysis to maintain your project builds sonar results.  
Blogshttps://blogs.apache.orglogin to create blog posts, maintain comments etc.  
SVN to commit code to projects svn repos etc  
Git to commit code to projects git repos etc  
Services below not yet enabled but are on the roadmap to be enabled in the future. When creating an account in the meantime, try and register with your LDAP id.
NameService URILDAP FeaturesETANotes
CrowdN/ACrowd is a middle layer between Jira/Confluence/FisheyeFebruary 2017No direct access, Crowd talks to the services and our LDAP backend.
Fisheye 2017 
Reviewboard 2017 
Jira 2017 
Confluence 2017 





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