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Log In Question


2007-03-17 07:18:28 AM
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[yea, I know it's over :)]
I was just wondering why a new Log-In scheme was developed and the existing
ones from CDN [you _do_ know that means Canadian - _don't_ you] weren't used.
The reason this comes up ... I used the wrong darned email address for my
evaluations - my CDN account I *know* it's what I log in with the CodeRage
Log-In required a user-name not an email address ... odd. Alternatively, if
you require me to use some bit of information that I used to create an
account ... give me access to the account so that I have the correct
information whenever required.
It was *great* - many thanks [again].
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Dave
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Re:Log In Question

Dave Keighan wrote:
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I was just wondering why a new Log-In scheme was developed and the
existing ones from CDN [you do know that means Canadian - don't you]
weren't used.
That's something we'll be resolving in our post mortem. We were all
scrambling to get different pieces done due to the VERY late green
light for this conference, and didn't really have time to review what
each piece was doing.
For the next time, we definitely plan to have a single sign on.
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Re:Log In Question

John,
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>I was just wondering why a new Log-In scheme was developed and the
>existing ones from CDN [you do know that means Canadian - don't you]
>weren't used.

That's something we'll be resolving in our post mortem. We were all
scrambling to get different pieces done due to the VERY late green
light for this conference, and didn't really have time to review what
each piece was doing.

For the next time, we definitely plan to have a single sign on.
Thanks for the response. Looking forward to more.
It was great.
--
Dave
 

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