Private user

Private user   •   about 1 year ago

How to give access to functional demo?

We're making a Confluence macro (using Forge!) and we've set up a demo Confluence account with the macro installed for judges/testers to play with our app, and we're trying to figure out how to give access to the site (we wanted to make it a public Confluence site but Forge macros don't work on public pages).

We're thinking of including the Atlassian login credentials for that demo Confluence account in the "Testing Instructions" section of the submission so people can log into the site, and we'll invite "testing@devpost.com" as a teammate to the Confluence page. We'll include a link to the code repository so people can manually install the demo on their own Confluence sites to test it too.

Is there anything else we should do to give access to the demo?

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  • Manager   •   about 1 year ago

    Hi Ashwin,
    You're thinking is on the right track! Adding the login credentials / testing instructions in the 'Testing instructions' field on the submission form is great in addition to the code repoistory. Please be sure that the code repo is accessible to testing@devpost.com.
    Good luck!

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