Sorry about the "customer" idea.
I really have not engaged enough to know better.
On Sat, Apr 14, 2018 at 8:39 PM Bob Proulx <b...@proulx.com> wrote:
> Hi Rick,
> Rick Johnson wrote:
> > Okay, as long as you know and it gets logged as an issue. It
> > creates customer pain. Some ask for help sooner than others. We
> > who are caught in the loop are few, so not much of a problem for
> > you, I guess.
> I chafe at the use of the word customer since it is a community
> resource. We are all in this together. It isn't a customer
> You may be thinking that I am somehow the developer of the web
> interface. I am not. I have only poked my nose into it on a few
> occasions. I'm primarily working on the mailing lists and the
> hosting. The web UI could definitely use some help. Are you
> interested in contributing to it?
> > Many are probably okay with using different usernames.
> That's a poor workaround. Anyone who has problems should contact us
> for assistance. It isn't difficult to push things along.
> > Maybe Lastpass causes a pattern of use that enables the problem.
> It's possible. Especially since we had a number of complaints from
> LastPass users all at once. Seemed more than a normal amount. And
> haven't heard any problems from then since. Since the web UI hasn't
> changed it was possible that it was the password manager.
> Note that I think random passwords are the best security. I am not a
> user of LastPass myself but they seem reasonable. And in general I
> encourage the use of password managers. I would definitely like the
> web UI to work well with password managers.
> > Just tryin' to help.
> Sure. Patches welcome. There hasn't been too much development done
> on the web site UI for some time.