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I entered my email address under two different accounts. Can you help me
resolve this? This email address should be associated with dbarkley.
Thank you.

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From: Áron Budea <>
Date: Fri, Aug 28, 2020 at 2:52 PM
Subject: Re: gerrit returns "Forbidden" when I log into my new account
To: Deborah Barkley-Yeung <>

Hi Deb,

In case no one has got back to you, yet, please contact the infra team with
this issue:

In the gerrit setup wiki page there was a piece of text hinting at this
possibility, but it was easy to miss:
"Please contact the Infrastructure Team if authentication is denied; this
might be due to a collision (if your username or email address is used by
another account) which needs to be resolved manually."


On Wednesday, August 26, 2020 07:49 CEST, Deborah Barkley-Yeung <> wrote:


I am following the instructions at to set up a
new account.

I have set up a
account with a name "dbarkley" and confirmed my email.

But when I go to and login, I get
redirected to

which only says


I think I am successfully logging in, because if I check the  "Check my
last logins" box, it shows me a list of 5 other times I logged in. It's
only when I click "Continue" that it gives me "Forbidden"

I have tried in an incognito window, and get the same result. I have tried
several times, I have tried closing the browser window, but nothing helps.
I have tried in both Chrome and Edge.

I can log into the wiki fine.

Please help!

Thanks in advance.

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