Today when trying to commit translation improvements I saw following: > Your subversion account has been disabled due to inactivity. > Please file a bug at https://bugzilla.mozilla.org (or http://tinyurl.com/2aveg9k) to re-activate your account. I have no idea what inactivity policy is (not tuned enough for sure, less than 9 months?), no one had informed me about it afaict and I would like my commit access back since I need it (and use it) to localize mozillamessaging.com site. My user name is the same as the e-mail address for bmo account.
Stefan are you able to login with your ldap credentials? If not, we could reset your password.
Log-in where? In case of "svn co https://svn.mozilla.org/(…)/; svn ci" that would be: no But I don't really want to use my ldap password. What I want is to be able to use my ssh key, ie. "svn+ssh://svn.mozilla.org/(…)". Additionally, I can: - log-in to https://l10n-stage-sj.mozilla.org/ with my ldap pass - commit to hg.mozilla.org/(l10n) with my ssh key so please don't reset my (main?) ldap password. (don't remember ldap management website url and if there were different passwords for services)
Stefan, your svn bit has been enabled, please do check it now. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact desktop support.
It works again, thanks!