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Friday, August 9th 2013, 2:54pm

Can I make a suggestion?

I propose that all passwords be abolished! And instead, when I (or any other member) goes to any of these platforms that a message be displayed; "Good morning/Good afternoon/Good evening Yvonne, where would you like to proceed? Please click the appropriate link
Wiki, Forum, Dotsub. Thank you, have a nice day"

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Friday, August 9th 2013, 3:10pm

Interesting, Yvonne
I'm not sure how that would work technically (protection of accounts, etc :fc-crazy: ), but I like the sound of it. :kewlness:
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Sunday, August 11th 2013, 12:29pm

My plan for a cure would reduce the need for passwords to just one, but it's going to take a number of experienced web developers helping to build it and we're not 'there' yet.
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