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On 02/07/2016 09:12 AM, Robert Mayr wrote:
2016-02-06 18:34 GMT+01:00 Brian (bex) Exelbierd <bex(a)pobox.com
I got an email from someone who couldn't figure out to register using their
FAS ID. The Persona system doesn't make it obvious that you have to use
as the email address,
even if that is an email address you don't normally think of as yours.
Perhaps we could clean this up?
bex _______________________________________________ flock-planning mailing
Actually we are asking to login with persona and also point out fp.o email
addresses, but also gmail.com
are persona logins. When you login with your fp.o email
address you will be redirected to the login we use for any application,
through Ipsilon. Is this still confusing? Not sure what we should write
there instead of this:
"Hello, please login using Persona!
You can log in with your Persona Account or with a Persona provider — for
example, a gnome.org
;, or gmail.com
Add the following sentence:
For example, to use your FAS account, enter <fas_username>(a)fedoraproject.org
Because it's worth noting that not every FAS account holder is aware that
there is an email address associated with it (and in fact, only account
holders who are a member of a non-FPCA group actually have one).
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