Login System Changing Soon
Mar 17, 2015
Starting in mid-April, Rawscripts will start using a new login system. Until now, users have been able to log in with just their Google or Yahoo credentials. After the change, all users will need to set up a password for Rawscripts, and you will use that and your email address to log in.
To prepare for this change, Rawscripts will prompt you to verify your email address the next time you log in. Just enter a valid email address (the one you're already using on the site will do fine), then check your email for a confirmation link. That's it. Please do it before April 15th. The email address you submit will become your username come mid-April, when you will also be prompted to set a password. (Also, the verified email makes it safer and easier to resolve issues if you ever have problems with your account.)
The main reason for this change is technical. The technology the site has long relied on (OpenID 2.0) will soon become obsolete. Google will stop supporting this login by the end of April. Yahoo will change its login later this year. Something's got to change, and so now is a good time to set up the new password system (something I've wanted to set up for a while).
So for now, please verify your email address, and be on the lookout for some changes in the near future. And in the meantime, if you've got any questions or comments, feel free to get in touch with me at email@example.com.