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I was trying to create a new proposal and when I click the create button, I got sent back tot the first page with this error message.

"name and email, or your OpenID, are missing"

My profile looked OK to me, it had my name & email address and I'd clicked on the verification link in the email too.

What had happened was I was using an account that was recognising me from a cookie rather than a registered account.

The error didn't really make that clear.

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Well... your openid was missing... – juan Jun 18 '10 at 14:55

This is fixed now. Unregistered users with verified email addresses are now able to create proposals and post example questions.

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