The Netlify account information is stored in the shared-edx-fed passwords. Log in to Netlify using edx-netlify Github user (https://github.com/edx-netlify). If you need access to Netlify, reach out to @Adam Stankiewicz .
The Netlify billing details are provided by TeamPay via @Michael Leary.
Within Netlify we have two team accounts. One is the paid team for deploying the now-deprecated paragon-edx.org website, which is now a Next.js website with the sole purpose to redirect all incoming requests to https://paragon-openedx.netlify.app such that existing links continue working.
The second is the Sponsored OSS account that Netlify provides us for free due to the open source nature of the project:
Deployments for the Paragon tech doc site happen upon merge to master. During the build of the tech docs, a CSS stylesheet for each supported theme (e.g., edx.org brand) is generated that may be toggled via the “Settings” pane in the header of the documentation website.
If there is a new release of the brand-edx.org npm package that you would like to see reflected on the tech doc site before any new merge to the paragon repository occurs, you can trigger a manual deploy from the Netlify deploys dashboard.