Committers to Apache Software Foundation projects and ASF Members have personal accounts to facilitate their work and communications.
Your account includes an Apache email address which is usually
userID@apache.org. You can link that mailbox to a personal email address so you can receive mail frp, your Apache address and send mail with your Apache address as the "from" address. See Committer email.
Log in to Whimsy and, in the Available to Committers section, click
Your personal details. You can update any information in blue by double-clicking it and making the necessary changes in the form that appears.
If you forgot your password, try...
@apache.orgaddress (which forwards to your non-apache email account) a short-lived password reset link. The link may be encrypted to your PGP key.
password.txt. Open a shell command window, and run the following command:
gpg -d password.txt</code>
This should decrypt the file and display the output in the window.
If you have lost access to your registered email address, file an additional ICLA with Secretary. Follow the directions for submitting an ICLA. Include your current Apache ID and mention in your cover email that you are requesting a change to your email address.
If that didn't work, email
root@. In your email, mention the following information:
minotaur.apache.orgor to a PMC jail/zone/VM via public-key authentication.
*.apache.orgbox. (This is only applicable to people who had root permissions on PMC VMs.)
members.txtentry is valid.
Note: please do not ask other ASF committers or Members to email root@ to vouch for you.