Re: SV: Bug#621834: marked as done (DDTP - accessibility problem, probably database corroption)
Quoting Michał Kułach (email@example.com):
> Dnia 11-08-2011 o 17:15:01 Michael Bramer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >You see:
> > - there are only some ip who make translations (70 from 901)
> > - the reviewer are normal login user (56 from 322).
> > - only this ip make real work in the review process
> > 220.127.116.11 (pl),
> > 18.104.22.168 (uk),
> Please set also 'pl/config/requirelogin' to '0', because we have
> very few active users, and this IP is the most active contributor
> now. We also haven't any problem with anonymous users.
Why can't "this IP" get a login?
I looked at Grisu's report (thanks for it). For *most* logins I have
seen there, I can put a name behind the login. A name of someone I
know being a regular contributor of Debian i18n.
Isn't there a possibility that this active contributor for Polish just
creates self a login? Maybe (s)he is just working this way because
(s)he ignores the possibility of non anonymous contribution.