Bug: direct-upload uses "identifier" instead of "identity" in its API
Submissions can have identities, formatted strings that link to the original submitter. This is helpful because otherwise AuTA does not know who made the submission if the submission came from a third party service.
The direct-upload endpoint only looks for an
identifier field, which is against both the API documentation (though we should double check this) and the naming in the rest of the application. This causes identity information to be lost.
Medium - identity information is now lost, but this information is currently not used
Definition of done
When direct-upload accepts identity information via the
identity field. The
identifier field should be kept for compatibility, for now.