Stephen> Then register. The registration link is in the middle of the
Stephen> Login block in the sidebar. In principle, registration is
Stephen> simple. You give Roundup your preferred user name, password,
Stephen> full name, and principal email address, and (optionally)
Stephen> alternate email addresses. Roundup sends you a confirmation
Stephen> email, you reply to it, and you're registered.
Stephen> Second, if you happen to be one of the lucky contributers to
Stephen> have your issue already posted to the tracker, your email
Stephen> address will probably have already been registered, and you
Stephen> won't be able to register immediately.
Note that if as a result of incorporating bug report emails into the tracker
you will already have a user id. It's pretty straightforward to claim it as
your own. Click the "Lost your login?" link in the left-hand sidebar to
start a password reset dialog with Roundup. I just had Roundup reset my
password, then changed it to something I can remember and also changed my
username from "skip" to "skip.montanaro". Roundup is one of the few
I've encountered which allows you to even change your visible username.
(Internally, of course, I'm still User28. ;-)
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