Module Edit at modules.apache.org

2003-06-23 Thread Apache Module Site
This email was generated through the modules.apache.org site. You can modify your module by going to http://modules.apache.org/edit using ID# 557 as the 'User Name' with the password 'aqabrq6a' (without the single quotes). Once you are logged in you can reset this password. Please reply to this

Re: Module Edit at modules.apache.org

2003-06-23 Thread Tim Funk
I changed email to tomcat-committers and the password. Email me if you need the pwd. Or you can reset it (and the confirm email hopefully won't be so public) -Tim Apache Module Site wrote: This email was generated through the modules.apache.org site. You can modify your module by going to

Module Edit at modules.apache.org

2003-06-12 Thread Apache Module Site
This email was generated through the modules.apache.org site. You can modify your module by going to http://modules.apache.org/edit using ID# 556 as the 'User Name' with the password 'pbfjps8s' (without the single quotes). Once you are logged in you can reset this password. Please reply to this

Re: Module Edit at modules.apache.org

2003-06-12 Thread Glenn Nielsen
Now that everyone in the world knows the password for modifying the entry for mod_jk in the apache module registry... I updated the information for the mod_jk 1.2.x module in the module registry. I changed the contact information to the tomcat-committers email list. And changed the password.