Users to work on the same project

Hello,
I'm like know how can I to allow all users to work on the same project, but this project was only read.
Help please,
Thanks.

Not sure what you mean, you should create separate usernames and register them. This is in the documentation (user guide).
Then you can have these users work on the project.
Jean-Pierre

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