Make installation form pluggable (was: allow user to set password)
|Reported by:||markjaquith||Owned by:||garyc40|
There are a few things about WordPress' handling of passwords that annoy me.
When WordPress is installed, a random password is created. It would be nice if the user, upon logging in for the first time, was prompted to set their own password.
Resetting a password takes too many steps. There are two e-mail verification steps, when one would do. Once the initial verification link is clicked, the user should be provided with the new password (on the page, not just in an e-mail.) They also could be provided with a "set your password" form allowing them to set the password to something they'll remember, so they're not doing this again the next time they want to blog from the library.
Change History (48)
- Keywords bg|has-patch|needs-testing|2nd-opinion added; bg|needs-patch removed
- Owner changed from anonymous to darkfate
- Status changed from reopened to new
10 years ago
- Keywords developer-feedback added; bg|has-patch|needs-testing|2nd-opinion removed
- Milestone changed from 2.2 to 2.3
9 years ago
- Owner changed from darkfate to pishmishy
- Status changed from assigned to new
9 years ago
- Status changed from new to assigned
- Summary changed from Password handling improvements to Make installation form pluggable (was: allow user to set password)
- Keywords needs-patch added; dev-feedback has-patch removed
- Milestone changed from 2.9 to Future Release
6 years ago
- Keywords needs-patch removed
- Resolution set to fixed
- Status changed from accepted to closed