We've discussed it already so many times.
Perlmonks can't mail you the password if it's one-way encrypted.
Best is to stick with a randomly generated password and to store it into your browser or password manager.
When forgotten get it mailed to you.
> and should not be too difficult to fix.
This would imply adjusting the What's my password? mechanism too.
PS: And no, in my private scratch pad you'd neither find my credit card nor my email passwords nor the number of the Russian officer who's handling agent orange in the white house.
I keep such information exclusively to myself and twitter.
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