1) Si2 uses Auth0 for user authentication. Recently, Auth0 implemented necessary heightened security for 1) leaked passwords and 2) brute-force login attempts.
IF YOU GET AN ERROR ON LOGIN ( Note: AT TOP of Login Form ) ---- AND SEE one of these POSSIBLE error messages:
Possible Error Message: password-leak. This error indicates that a password, used by the same user-name or user email-address, was leaked from a different site. IF you get this error!! You must change your Si2 password.
Possible Error Message: too_many_attemps. TEN consecutive, unsuccessful, login attemps will cause a block on an account.
IF you get this error!! YOU MUST CONTACT Si2 to UNBLOCK your account at Auth0.
2) NEW SIGNED LICENSE Will Be NEEDED: Si2 OpenAccess Extension Downloads, like oaScript and oaxPop, currently require the signed OpenAccess ESG License v 2.0 January 31, 2013. This license is being replaced SOON by the
OpenAccess ESG License V2.0.1 (March 15, 2017).
Your company should download, sign, and submit OpenAccess ESG License V2.0.1 (March 15, 2017). See See License Information Here!
Si2 sponsored Wikis are subsites of the Si2 site. Si2 has several categories of wikis.
Publicly Viewable Wikis
These wikis allow the public to read the wiki. The logo for a Publicly Viewable wiki has a bright Green background like the DFM Dictionary Wiki logo to the right.
Edit permission always requires login
to an Si2 user account. Edit permission may
require membership in other Si2 coalitions. For example. the DFM Dictionary Wiki is only editable by
representatives in the DFM Coalition. However, edit permission for the OpenAccess Wiki is open to any Si2 user account including visitors,
Wikis are one of the private collaboration tools that Si2 provides to sponsored coalitions. The logo for a private collaboration wiki has a dark gray background like the OpenAccess Coalition Wiki logo to the right.
Coalition Membership: Open to all participants in the board and working groups for a specific coalition or TAB.
Coalition Work Group: Open to all participants in a specific working group.
There are no separate wiki-accounts for Si2 wikis.
Users login to their Si2 account. The Si2 web system
logs a user into the selected wiki if their account has access permission.
Si2 wikis look alike! CHECK the LOGO in the top left corner to know where you are!