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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0000063||Main CAcert Website||web of trust||public||2005-09-13 09:17||2013-01-13 15:11|
|Platform||Main CAcert Website||OS||N/A||OS Version||stable|
|Fixed in Version||2005|
|Summary||0000063: I issued ZERO assurance points by mistake|
|Description||the default value for CAP is ZERO points|
it is really easy to make a mistake when filling points for several people
|Additional Information||> From: Erik Brakkee|
> Subject: gave zero points by accident...
> On 10-sept-2005 I tried to give Alex de Haan (email@example.com) some points but it appears I accidentally entered zero points, but my intention was to give him 35 points.
> Is it possible to correct this?
We cannot currently modify assurance. and (my guess) we will never.
BTW, the issue have been mentioned previously, and on my side, we should ask the user to confirm when issuing 0 point
In a way, 0 could be you met the person and cannot trust him because he's provided fake ids. It can be considered by CAcert support as a (silent) warning about a user.
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|2005-09-13 09:17||homer||New Issue|
|2005-12-02 11:35||evaldo||Status||new => closed|
|2005-12-02 11:35||evaldo||Note Added: 0000053|
|2005-12-02 11:35||evaldo||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2005-12-02 11:35||evaldo||Fixed in Version||=> production|
|2005-12-02 11:49||evaldo||Relationship added||related to 0000006|
|2006-03-27 07:04||homer||Relationship added||related to 0000177|
|2013-01-13 15:11||Werner Dworak||Fixed in Version||=> 2005|