Old account showing on code recent revisions

Asked by Everaldo Canuto on 2012-09-20

My lauchpad id ecanuto is associated to "<email address hidden>" but when I look at bzr code at recent revisions it shows a disabled account instead of my account:

https://code.launchpad.net/~ecanuto/ubuntu/quantal/ubuntu-gnome-default-settings/ubuntu-gnome-default-settings

How can I fix that?

Question information

Language:
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Status:
Solved
For:
Launchpad itself Edit question
Assignee:
[LEGACY] Canonical WebOps Edit question
Solved by:
David Ames
Solved:
2012-09-20
Last query:
2012-09-20
Last reply:
2012-09-20
Whiteboard:
Merge ~everaldo into ~ecanuto. The merge is block by a regression we ware trying to fix.
Curtis Hovey (sinzui) said : #1

You want to merge the deactivated profile with your current profile so that the email addresses are associated with your profile.

Login using the email address associated with the deactivated profile
Ubuntu's SSO will signal Lp to automatically reactivate it.
Logout
Login as your current profile.
Visit https://launchpad.net/people/+requestmerge and enter the other profile's Lp-id seen in the URL (everaldo)
Once you reply to the emails that confirm you control the email addresses, the merge will complete.

Everaldo Canuto (ecanuto) said : #2

I got this error:

Sorry, something just went wrong in Launchpad.
We’ve recorded what happened, and we’ll fix it as soon as possible. Apologies for the inconvenience.
(Error ID: OOPS-0f20e7fcc41c7af9f2eea8baacca2248)

Anyway, I do prefer to keep only the new id "ecanuto", the old "everaldo". What is strange is that every place in Launchpad it show my new id, only on "bzr code at recent revisions" it shows the wrong id and don't respect the email. It looks like a bug.

Curtis Hovey (sinzui) said : #3

I will ask an admin to merge the old profile. 'ecanuto' will remain. All the things owned by everaldo, including the email addresses will be yours.

Best David Ames (thedac) said : #4

The accounts have been merged. ~ecanuto remains.

Everaldo Canuto (ecanuto) said : #5

Thanks, it is perfect now.

Everaldo Canuto (ecanuto) said : #6

Thanks David Ames, that solved my question.