People (time for some cleanup)

Ken Causey ken at
Wed Nov 15 21:46:21 UTC 2006

Oh, and I forgot to mention, if you email me about an account, yours or
anyone else's, please include the account name in the email.  Thanks.


On Wed, 2006-11-15 at 15:25 -0600, Ken Causey wrote:
> We now have 342 users registered at
> of those 68 have never been certified by anyone and I suspect a large
> number of those are invalid/non-Squeak community accounts.
> I would like to call on everyone to go through the list of people paying
> particular attention to those marked as Observer.  If you know the
> person, and are reasonably certain they created the account, and if the
> person has any real interest in Squeak at all, go ahead and assign them
> at least Apprentice certification.  If you know the person but are
> unsure whether they created the account, please check with them to be
> sure before certifying them.
> If you know them but know that their interest in Squeak was merely
> fleeting, or they registered on the site not realizing that it had
> anything to do with actual community status, please ask them whether
> they are sure they need the account.  If so, at least request that they
> add some real information about themselves so it makes it easier to tell
> the real from the bogus accounts.  If not, please have them contact me
> and I would be quite happy to remove their account.
> Similarly I see that a few people have created more than one account.
> Possibly because they forgot they had the account or because they forgot
> the password to their original account.  Again if this fits you contact
> me and we will discuss what to do.
> Also, everyone should go through their own account information and make
> sure it is accurate and reasonably up to date.
> If you have forgotten your password, contact me.
> Thanks,
> Ken
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