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I've emailed Paul saying that if he registers an account I can merge them for him.
And they've now all been merged into a registered account.
@jc, merged, thanks. Neither account is registered, unfortunately, so this may continue!
@Will, I know him pretty well too (I worked for him for 2 years at Station Q, and have been a regular climbing partner). If MathOverflow comes up sometime, I'll remind him he can register, but I don't think it's worth the bother of trying to sort out over email.
Allen Hatcher is fragmenting.
I've been encouraging him to acquire an OpenID. Maybe this will push him over the edge!
I've patched Allen Hatcher back together again.
Merged, and I'll get him to register sometime.
meta.MO is a separate system we jury-rigged. On SE 2.0 sites, having an account on the main site automatically gives you an account on the associated metas as well.
@hilbertthm90: you're merged. Note that you can change your display name without creating a new account (go to your profile page and click "edit"). You can also change the OpenID without creating a new account (go to your profile page and click "change openid").
These accounts (the first one is unregistered) should be merged if possible:
See this answer for proof of the common identity. (And thanks!)
Thanks a lot!
Todd, you're one again!
Thanks Will. I think I've resolved the situation appropriately, and am happy to explain details privately if anyone cares to know.
@jc, I've combined these. Maybe someone who knows Ronnie could explain how to register an account.
as we've recently had a few people ask to merge accounts via email, I wanted to add a note suggesting that this forum is the best place to make such requests. You're welcome to email the moderators using email@example.com, but we'd prefer that this only be used for urgent matters or anything that needs to be dealt with privately. A "routine" request like merging accounts can just happen right here. It's easier for everyone involved, and the "load-balancing" works automatically!