Comment 9 for bug 1564209

@noodles: A long time ago, RnR started using SSO v2[0]. Prior to that, through the v1 SSO API, the LP username was *sometimes* available and it was used when it was. Since SSO v2 API account details doesn't really provide a possible username, for new reviewers the consumer_key is what's being used (as it's really the unique identifier for a particular username). This means that for *new* users (after the change!), the consumer_key would be the `User.username` (and hence the `reviewer_username` field value for the newer instances).

Later, at some point, the click reviews needed this inconsistency fixed and this branch was born[1]. In there we changed the `reviewer_username` field to always return the consumer_key (regardless of the `User.username`). My vote, for consistency and simplicity, is to go ahead and do exactly the same for deb reviews as suggested by @dobey.

[0] https://code.launchpad.net/~fgallina/rnr-server/ssov2/+merge/227058
[1] https://code.launchpad.net/~fgallina/rnr-server/click-reviews-return-useroid-as-username/+merge/257106