[haiku-development] Re: Notice: user account changes on dev.haiku-os.org

  • From: "Matt Madia" <mattmadia@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: haiku-development@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 9 Oct 2008 18:48:36 -0400

On Mon, Jun 2, 2008 at 3:15 PM, Niels Reedijk <niels.reedijk@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> [Posted on www.haiku-os.org, CC'ed to the general haiku mailing list,
> haiku-development and haiku-web. Please comment on www.haiku-os.org.]
> This message is intended for users of dev.haiku-os.org (also known as
> Trac, or the bug tracker).
> Hello all,
> The website team is constantly trying to improve the user experience
> of the various websites we maintain. In order to improve our existing
> infrastructure, we are currently preparing a move to a new server
> infrastructure, which is offered by the Internet Systems Consortium
> [http://www.isc.org/]. ISC is a non-profit that, amongst many other
> things, hosts kernel.org. We are more than grateful for this offer,
> which will improve our responsiveness, especially during exposure on
> Slashdot or OSNews.
> This transition means that we have to redesign several aspects of the
> server infrastructure. One of these things is the user account
> handling. Because of the interactive nature of the main website and
> the bug tracker, much of the functionality is tied to user accounts.
> Up to now we have been able to use the user database of the main
> website to authenticate users against dev.haiku-os.org. However, in
> the new environment, we have to break this connection, until a better
> solution is implemented.
> On Monday the 9th of June, users of dev.haiku-os.org will no longer be
> able to log in with the account they created on the main website. If
> you have ever logged in on dev.haiku-os.org, you will be affected by
> this change. You will receive an email with a new (randomly generated)
> password, which you will be able to change to your liking.
> Please read the full announcement on the website
> [http://www.haiku-os.org/node/2171], including a short list of
> questions and answers to clear up how it will affect you.
> Kind regards,
> The Haiku Web Team.

The email account linked to my dev.haiku-os.org account is no longer active.
As such, I never received the randomly generated password during the migration.
Could someone please either delete my account, 'mmadia' or update it
to use this email address, mattmadia@xxxxxxxxx ?


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