Your author information URL. See “browse by author” for a list of authors. (These correspond to author records, not user records, and are not very well disambiguated in OJS 2.4.x.)
Your “editorial team bio” page, e.g. http://[...]/index.php/[journalPath]/about/editorialTeamBio/[userId] (with [...], [journalPath] and [userId] replaced appropriately). This is not really intended as an author profile page, but could be used that way, I suppose.
Public Knowledge Project Team
But when I am logged in I can not get a userid. I tried to check the html code for nearly every user site but never get a chance to get the userid.
Is it maybe coded in the cookie hash?
I thought there would be a hidden form field at the edit page with the userid, but no way.
And even I can find a “me” url like Facebook or pinterest offer: pinterest.com/me or facebook.com/me forwards the user to the profile page.
@benno, have you written a plugin which provides a public profile by the internal user id? Could you change that to use the username instead? This will be more consistent with information which is exposed within the interface.
I think this functionality has been long forgotten.
If you removed the check from the handler regarding the comments, you could expose this for any user. If you as as a user wanted to discover your own id, it is is possible, although it is not simple. To do this, login and upload a profile image. The profile image will be named with your user id at the end.