Dear Eleni<br /><br />-We need your username and password in sourceforge to make sure it's your own work. For example, i could find a very active user and register his username as mine for my project. In order to verify your progress we need this information.
<br /><br /><br />1) I don't use sourceforge to commit my code. As already mentioned submission of code to the lead developers is being done via personal emails. Thus giving you my account info in SF, I don't thing that would be much of a help in conducting your evaluation, since there's no activity of mine in sourceforge except from the initial email I sent to the lead developers for joining the project. <br />2) My name is written, by the lead developers on the files I commited as well as in the README file (see links in previous reply), where credits are being given to all developers. As such I thing is quite easy to prove that the author of the code is me ;D.<br />3) Anyway, though not quite convinced :-, If you still insist in acquiring my account info in SF [font=Verdana]please
[/font] reply to this post and I'll send it via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
. As the Greeks use to say "When in need even the Gods are convinced" ;).<br /><br />Best Regards<br />Dimitris