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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 <email@example.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
> <fas>@fedoraproject.org <http://fedoraproject.org> 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?
> Thank you.
> bex _______________________________________________ flock-planning mailing
> list firstname.lastname@example.org
> Actually we are asking to login with persona and also point out fp.o email
> addresses, but also gmail.com <http://gmail.com> or gnome.org
> <http://gnome.org> 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 <http://gnome.org>, fedoraproject.org
> <http://fedoraproject.org>, or gmail.com <http://gmail.com> account.
> Thank you."
Add the following sentence:
For example, to use your FAS account, enter <fas_username>@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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