If you were to log in, you'd be able to get more information on your fellow community member.
One little tip that I learned the hard way, with my (shameless plug) dslreports site, was that assigning users password automatically (to ensure they have a real email address) is a lot harder than I had imagined..
First, I tried random combinations of letters and numbers. Easy! but I got emails complaining they couldnt login, so looking more closely, I found people were not seeing the difference between "l" and "1", so I took those letters out.
But the complaints continued... this time it was "0" and "O".. so I took those out.
Then people would type "1" instead of "i".
So I took "i" out.
Then i found people started using copy-paste, and they would include accidently, a leading or trailing space from my this-is-your-password email.. so I allowed spaces.
This just left a few, real hard core dummies, who didnt feel that upper and lower case were important.
So I made passwords case-ins...