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Re: [Savannah-hackers] my account

From: Savannah Hackers
Subject: Re: [Savannah-hackers] my account
Date: Wed, 30 Jun 2004 20:34:46 +0200

I found your GPG key but unfortunately there is only address@hidden Given the references you gave, just reply to this e-mail signing it with that GPG key, and we will manually change your e-mail.


On 2004.06.30 14:41, Josh Buhl wrote:

I have an account on savannah with the user name jbuhl. I haven't logged into savannah for a very long time, and when I try to, is tells me invalid password. I know that I have the correct password, because I have it saved encrypted locally.

The problem is that I can't use the "lost passwd" function because the e-mail address for the account in no longer valid.

If you want to research this, you would find that jbuhl have several accounts in the free software community, e.g. these projects:

and screenline.el in the former elisp archive and also submitted to the emacs-source list.

and that jbuhl has submitted bug reports to the emacs-bug list and at debian bugs, mostly under the old address of address@hidden, but of late with one of my new addresses, address@hidden, address@hidden, or address@hidden

You would then be able to trace the e-mail addresses in various AUTHORS files, etc., from address@hidden (which is the one still associated with my savannah account) to either address@hidden, or address@hidden or address@hidden, which are all current (address@hidden just gets forwarded to address@hidden). If you can do this, and send a confirmation mail to one of the last three addresses, I will confirm it.

A second option would be to send an encrypted confirmation to me using my gpg key, which you will find on one of the key servers, and which, I think still has the address@hidden address alias. I can decrypt this confirmation if you like.

A third way to verify might be the fact that I have purched gnu books from the fsf and corresponded at that time through e-mail with brian youmans using the address@hidden account.


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