I hope I don't ask on the wrong place. (And sry for my bad English.) I have a Problem: Since I registered 6 month ago, I can't access my website-Settings-Page. The Problem is the special-char (sharp, #) in my username "#Reaper". The URL of the link is: http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/%23Reaper/account But I got the following error-message:

File not found

Couldn't find a file/directory/API operation by that name on the OpenStreetMap server (HTTP 404)

Feel free to contact the OpenStreetMap community if you have found a broken link / bug. Make a note of the exact URL of your request.

(And I got redirected to http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/ )

Other sites like the OAuth-settings ( http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/%23Reaper/oauth_clients ) - which also includes my nickname in the URL - are working correctly. I hope you could fix this (maybe without changing my nickname.. that would be nice.. ^^)

Thank you very much! :)



asked 19 Jul '12, 18:15

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closed 19 Jul '12, 18:56

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Jonathan Ben...

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(31 Dec '20, 14:06) Micheal Chen

The question has been closed for the following reason "Please file bug reports in OSM's bug tracker, as described in http://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/1307/where-should-i-report-a-bug" by Jonathan Bennett 19 Jul '12, 18:56

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