Don't worry, you can just erase your user or ask to be suspended... Or I'll try to remember your name so I can just erase your questions on the future since you want to be reminded to not ask for help... I would recommend you to drink decaffeinated coffee, it would be better for you ;)
Matt, what you are doing here is similar to having a go at Microsoft because your local IT people have messed up your Windows desktop.
We tried to help, but ignoring every patient response you had and railing against us because you are repeatedly told you are asking in the wrong place is not helpful to you, and simply annoys us.
Next time you need help - ask the right people. Or, if you get the wrong people again, don't have a go when you're told they can't help.
Mojang is using an Atlassian service, clicking on any help pages takes me to this place.
Also Mojangs help page only shows where to post bugs (at the Mojang Mojira page), and has nothing to help with Mojira problems
Not sure if you guys are getting this but when I try to log into MoJIRA it doesnt even take me to the log in page, and it won't let me log in. Even if I clear my history and cookies and everything in chrome or fire fox it goes back to not letting me log in.
Mojang has NO SUPPORT FOR MOJIRA, their help page ONLY LINKS TO THE BUG TRACKER and has absolutly NO HELP WHAT SO EVER for Mojira.
Nothing on their page has anything to do with help for Mojira problems, nor does their Mojira page have any links for help with account problems.
We don't know what Jira you are talking about - please remember that we're a community of end-users of Atlassian products, and most of us don't have access to the system you are struggling with.
We can tell you that you don't have the right permissions in that system, you may even have been removed. But not a lot else.
I believe it's called Mojira or something, its what Mojang is using for Minecrafts issue tracker or what ever you call it.
I just signed up today and I haven't done anything yet other then try to post a issue for minecraft and added a profile picture.
This whole thing is very confusing to me
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