I would like to see the usernames of all registered users on my solid community server. I realize there may be situations where this might be sensitive in terms of privacy but in my case it is just for test purposes.
Not sure if it can be related or I’m understanding correctly the point but you can try to have a look at this repo:
The thing is that people registered at the above app are included as part of a SOLID Pod. If you are deploying your own Community Solid Server and you want to track users who can register themselves with different issuers maybe it’s related with this topic:
Maybe there’s a way to trace all the registration requests in your CSS (have you checked the logs when people are arriving?) I haven’t go that far yet, sorry
If I understand you correctly you are looking at the pods list on your server.
This can only be done server side by a server administrator.
If you don’t get a useful response here, try it on their gihub discussion site (Discussions · CommunitySolidServer/CommunitySolidServer · GitHub). Iirc for a file-based storage (
community-solid-server -c @css:config/file.json) there is one folder per account. For other storages I don’t know, but there’s surely a way to do it
my experience is you simply look at the root of the site with the databrowser (mashlib) https://solidos.github.io/mashlib/dist/browse.html
another possibility is to do a
curl -i https://server.net
Thanks, yes I am the administrator.
I can look at the pod names but I’d like a list of user names and registered emails, so I can for example send emails to all my users. All my users will be using their PODs for a specific application to begin with, and I want to be able to send them all updates.
Thanks. Yes I can look at the PODs, but I’d like a list of registered usernames and email too, so I can for example send emails to all my users. All my users will be using their PODs for a specific application to begin with, and I want to be able to send them all updates.
Yes I can look at the folders but I don’t know what user names they belong to.
you have CSS right ?
the foldername should be the username.
as Login-ID CSS uses the registered email.
you should find those in the
Found it, thank you!!