the user reports the following steps:
gets an email sent to them to confirm the registration
click on link
gets back message 'node with key "username" exists'
Need a couple of things:
1) verify username is available before sending registration
(possibly as an option since this could be used to fish for
2) Change the error message to 'User "username" already exists.'
A somewhat similar problem happens when other fields, such as email address
are invalid, see: http://psf.upfronthosting.co.za/roundup/meta/issue591
On bugs.python.org we have a detector to check them
dev/file/default/detectors/userauditor.py -- I don't know if Roundup does
any attempt at validating the other fields), but this is only triggered
when the user clicks on the confirmation link.
It would be good to have a way to trigger the detector as soon as the user
submits, without having to wait for the confirmation email.