I believe it was designed that way - I had to ask at the COMMON Headquarters
desk after I failed to sign in with my newly created user id.  I was told
that the user id was what would display when I was signed in, but I had to
sign in with my COMMON user id and password.

I am not sure how this community will fly, as I don't know how many
communities people are willing to watch for messages.  I know that I already
have information overload from the midrange.com lists I am subscribed to,
and only occasionally look at the others I am subscribed to.  I really don't
see how some of the more verbose posters have time to post, and do their
jobs as well!  <VBG>


On 4/21/06, David Gibbs <david@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> 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. <grin>
>
> david
>

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