I signed up as a non_COMMON person. It assigned me a numeric ID, and that is 
what I had to use, not the handle I selected. Maybe that is the problem folks 
are having. I wish I could use my chosen handle for login, but not the case.

-------------- Original message -------------- 
From: David Gibbs <david@xxxxxxxxxxxx> 

> Jim Essinger wrote: 
> > For what it's worth, I had to sign up 1st at the 
> > http://community.common.org 
> > site, and give them some information before I could sign on. The confusing 
> > part was that I could not sign on to the web site with the user id I just 
> > created, but had to use my COMMON user id number, and password. 
> In that case, I'm guessing that the signup process is broken ... because 
> that is the ONLY id I would ever think of giving after signing up. 
> Of course the software could be smart enough to know who I am and is 
> giving me a hard time because I'm it's competition. 
> david 
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