[Users] docs.einsteintoolkit.org

Roland Haas rhaas at illinois.edu
Tue Aug 7 16:54:43 CDT 2018

Hello all,

editing the wiki and adding an external link (in my case to the trac
system) asks me to solve a CAPTCHA even though I am already logged in.

Could this be disabled, please? One already has to solve (the same type
of) CAPTCHA to create an account so the extra CAPTCHA would only seem
to help in case where someone's password had been compromised.


> We have a new wiki on docs.einsteintoolkit.org and a solution to the 
> problem of non-CCT people accessing the site.
> The wiki no longer relies on CCT ldap (existing accounts were copied 
> from ldap). Anyone can sign up for an account on the new site. From the 
> main page, click "special pages" then "create account."
> Or, you can use this link directly.
> https://docs.einsteintoolkit.org/et-docs/Special:CreateAccount
> If you have an existing account and your password doesn't work for some 
> reason, the password reset should function.
> Note that there is a new "skin" with this version of Mediawiki called 
> vector. You can select it from your "My preferences" link.
> We've tested this here at CCT, but doubtless someone will find a problem 
> with it that we didn't think of.
> --Steve
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My email is as private as my paper mail. I therefore support encrypting
and signing email messages. Get my PGP key from http://pgp.mit.edu .
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