When I committed, I was asked to enter my name and my email. Even though I used the same email address that I used for all other StackExchange accounts, it wasn't able to recognize me. This is a bug in Area51. Below I explain a strategy to reduce the chance of this happening, and a solution if it does happen:
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Area 51 is run on a separate system from the rest of Stack Exchange; Area 51 Discussion runs on the old version of the regular Meta Stack Exchange system.
The "new user" helpbox was added relatively recently, after the change made in the rest of the network.
As such, adding the helpbox to Area 51 would take further development work, which has already been ...
[...] I have a feeling that, in the majority of cases, people are just going to either ignore any signs pointing to the Academy [...]
And they should. The notion that folks should need to use a site like the one proposed here in order to ask a question on Stack Overflow is a bit silly; many, many people have figured out how to use Stack Overflow just fine ...
I think this would get closed as a duplicate of existing sites on the network. It goes without saying that Java programming questions are within the scope of Stack Overflow. GlassFish has an existing tag and an abundance of questions already.
I used my Google account to create my user i was able to see my profile has unregistered and i wasn't able to login.
To fix it I use an anonymous tab in chrome and registered my user again, then i re login and was able login.
Probably a cookie that created an inconsistency in the system
This morning, another user had exactly the same problem with exactly the same error message (sharing with his permission):
He eventually got it working by switching from Firefox to Chrome:
It's very strange though, that by doing this his 3-month old account (see above screenshot) was replaced by a new account active "since today", and the new account was ...