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Send out an automatic confirmation to a user when his account is upgraded to developer.
 
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Show the groups you are in somewhere
  
 
The edit certificates // public ssh keys buttons look unintuitive since you have to click on the edit button first
 
The edit certificates // public ssh keys buttons look unintuitive since you have to click on the edit button first

Revision as of 20:06, 28 August 2010

FAQ identity.kde.org

When I upload my ssh key, it tells me that the key is invalid. I'm sure my public key is fine! This is probably caused by your public key not having a comment. Open your public key file and look if it ends with a small comment. If not, add one. It should like something like:

ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EA...q89tLQDeeLAiiQt80P2tiNIOw== Comment

TODO's identity.kde.org

These is a small todo list, mostly internal for the sysadmin crew, but so you all know what still needs to be done:

The eV-membership tab is not actived, even if you are an eV-member. It is still being developed.

The form doesn't accept email addresses with delimiters (eg [email protected])

People can still fill in a new application despite having a pending one. Or even when being a developer. And disable it when someone is a developer already

Send out an automatic confirmation to a user when his account is upgraded to developer.

Show the groups you are in somewhere

The edit certificates // public ssh keys buttons look unintuitive since you have to click on the edit button first


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