Hi, I'd like to have access to the try server, as firstname.lastname@example.org, for updating some mochitests. Thanks!
Liz: Have you filled out the Commit access form and returned it? You will also need a voucher to post in the bug. https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/about/governance/policies/commit/notification/ has the form link and details.
Emailed signed agreement to email@example.com.
Hi Joel, would you vouch for me for level 1 access? Thanks!
I vouch for Liz to gain commit level 1 access. She is a trusted Mozillian for many years!
Waiting on confirmation of the form.
form received. Waiting on decision from IT as to where these requests moved now that server-ops is no longer functioning.
Moving over to achavez for account creation.
+SSH key, +HG, +level_1.
I still can't connect to the try server, though. If I do ssh -v firstname.lastname@example.org, I can't log in. If I ssh -v as ehenry, then it works fine. I tried changing my .hgrc username to email@example.com, but that didn't help. Did you maybe make my account lhenry in one place, and ehenry in another? I'm not sure how to troubleshoot this further....
Your username in .hgrc is used for changesets in mercurial, not authentication for ssh, so it's irrelevant here (you can set it to whatever you want, lhenry@ or even your personal email address). The reason people.m.o works and hg.m.o doesn't is likely just that people is more lenient. What happens if you | ssh firstname.lastname@example.org@hg.mozilla.org |? people.m.o. accepts just first names and assumes they're @mozilla.com, while hg.m.o wants fully qualified usernames. (probably because one is only accessible to employees and one is public). Assuming that works, you should put this all in your ~/.ssh/config so you don't have to think about it any more.
Kyle, thanks! It was that I had pointy brackets around my email address in the .ssh/config file. Whoops!