Where do all those "no-lastname-given" users come from?
Recently I noticed an increase of reporters in forge with the last name set to "no-lastname-given". So we have lots of "Max no-lastname-given", "Lars no-lastname-given" etc reporting and posting notes to comments, which gets pretty confusing.
Where does this "no-lastname-given" comes from? Is this some kind of default? Does it come from typo3.org's registration (and thus this issue should be moved to the corresponding project)?
I would rather reject this kind of users being created, make first and lastname "mandatory" and let people use their creativity in case they don't want to give out their last name.
What do you think?
#1 Updated by Steffen Gebert over 6 years ago
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I've updated the SSO adapter couple of weeks ago to add this as last name, in case no last name is given from typo3.org (which was not required until #47387 introduced such a requirement a few days ago)
Actually I'm not even sure, what the problem with redmine was, but there was an issue because of no last name given.
Okay for you?
#2 Updated by Ernesto Baschny over 6 years ago
typo3.org now requires "two words" but where does that "no-lastname-given" come from? Were all existing forge users without last name updated somehow via SQL? Or at typo3.org?
If its technically not possible otherwise fine, let it be. :) At least we are not getting "new users" with this suffix, only "old users" that haven't registered with two names at typo3.org before this change was active, right?