Subject: Re: [Ows_solutions] Fwd: [NYCGA Internet] redmine is UP
From: Sam Boyer
Date: Thu, 20 Oct 2011 08:42:36 -0700

thanks for the bug!

that issue was probably due to the fact that it was initially set to
require admin approval for each account, which i'd been doing manually
whenever i saw new accounts show up. i've now changed that to require
only email verification, and authorized every waiting request, so mark,
if you could check again?


On 10/20/11 6:14 AM, Chaz Cheadle wrote:
I registered and logged fine this morning.
I added this as a bug.


On Thu, Oct 20, 2011 at 9:06 AM, Mark Pruce <
<>> wrote:

    I registered this morning on
    and immediately tried to log in and it said my user and pass were
    wrong. I reset my password and tried again and got the same error -
    either I'm having massive and immediate short term memory loss, or
    there is a problem with the log in routines. 


    Mark Pruce
    Freelance Designer
    518.789.4244 <tel:518.789.4244> <>

    On Wed, Oct 19, 2011 at 3:20 PM, Chris Hoffman
    < <>> wrote:

        Great job!

        What is the backup plan?  I worry about data integrity if
        someone signs up and starts deleting / defacing issues. 

        I would also try to enforce a password policy that is more
        robust than "greater than 5 characters."  CAPTCHA may also be
        good to have.


        On Wed, Oct 19, 2011 at 3:00 PM, Tom Gillis
        < <>> wrote:

            Thanks Sam!

            ---------- Forwarded message ----------
            From: Sam Boyer < <>>
            Date: Wed, Oct 19, 2011 at 2:57 PM
            Subject: [NYCGA Internet] redmine is UP
            To: Internet Working Group

            hi folks,

            sorry for the delay, i know i said we'd have this monday,
            but it's here
            now. we have a redmine instance set up that we can all start
            to use to
            track our projects. it can be found at:


            per my original email, it's being hosted by mayfirst (and a
            big thanks
            to ross and gdl who worked through some very odd gem
            dependencies and
            fcgi lib issues to get it up!) and is set up so that any of
            us can use
            it to track the progress on a project. my recommendation
            would be that
            you use either this, or bettermeans, or both, for your
            project. all you
            gotta do is go, create an account, and start up a new project.

            the docs on the site itself are a little light, but you can
            have a look
            at for a bit of background and a
            demo, etc. if
            you're having a particular question, ask this list or
            (probably better
            for a more direct response) ping me (sdboyer) in #nycga-iwg
            on freenode.


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