Some users have usernames that aren't valid as project shortnames (old historical usernames probably). For these users, the Auth Provider can provide an alternate user-project name for that user. When this happens, and you go to the URL using the invalid name like
/u/foo_bar/ then you can get errors like this:
File '/allura/Allura/allura/controllers/project.py', line 111 in _lookup user=user, user_project=True) File '/allura/Allura/allura/model/neighborhood.py', line 129 in register_project self, shortname, project_name, user or getattr(c, 'user', None), user_project, private_project, apps) File '/allura/Allura/allura/lib/plugin.py', line 785 in register_project project_name, user, user_project, private_project) File '/allura/Allura/allura/lib/plugin.py', line 828 in validate_project '%s already exists in nbhd %s' % (shortname, neighborhood._id)) ProjectConflict: u/foo-bar already exists in nbhd 559d5efa5421060005224016
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