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Blessing https://github.com/alanthing/homebrew-apachemod #14622

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adamv opened this Issue Sep 1, 2012 · 13 comments

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adamv commented Sep 1, 2012

I'm going to add https://github.com/alanthing/homebrew-apachemod to the default searched taps.

We have two outstanding pull requests for mods that are already in that tap, and I'm going to close our other apache mod requests suggesting they be reopened there.

Also, mod_wsgi/mod_python could migrate too.

Unless someone disagrees.

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Agree on all counts.

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jacknagel commented Sep 2, 2012

Agree on all counts.

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@alanthing - Alan, we've added you as an "official tap" to brew search. If you want to migrate your repo to "Homebrew/homebrew-apachemod" we can set that up and make you a committer.

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adamv commented Sep 2, 2012

@alanthing - Alan, we've added you as an "official tap" to brew search. If you want to migrate your repo to "Homebrew/homebrew-apachemod" we can set that up and make you a committer.

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So happy.

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mxcl commented Sep 2, 2012

So happy.

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Hi Adam. Thank you for adding this repo to the official list! I went into my repo's Admin section and tried to transfer it to the "new owner" of "homebrew" and am being told "You don't have admin rights to Homebrew." Do I have to have certain privileges before I can hand it over?

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alanthing commented Sep 2, 2012

Hi Adam. Thank you for adding this repo to the official list! I went into my repo's Admin section and tried to transfer it to the "new owner" of "homebrew" and am being told "You don't have admin rights to Homebrew." Do I have to have certain privileges before I can hand it over?

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I'm not sure; I've never transfered one before.

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adamv commented Sep 2, 2012

I'm not sure; I've never transfered one before.

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Looks like I have to be an Admin of the Organization first to transfer in. If it would be easier, you could create a new repository under Homebrew and add me as a contributor perhaps?

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alanthing commented Sep 2, 2012

Looks like I have to be an Admin of the Organization first to transfer in. If it would be easier, you could create a new repository under Homebrew and add me as a contributor perhaps?

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@mxcl Either I can't add teams, or don't know how to; can you hook alan up? https://github.com/Homebrew/homebrew-apachemod/admin/collaboration

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adamv commented Sep 2, 2012

@mxcl Either I can't add teams, or don't know how to; can you hook alan up? https://github.com/Homebrew/homebrew-apachemod/admin/collaboration

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When this is resolved, I can move in mod_wsgi and mod_python and update this issue so it can be removed from the main formulae.

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alanthing commented Sep 2, 2012

When this is resolved, I can move in mod_wsgi and mod_python and update this issue so it can be removed from the main formulae.

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@adamv done, but I think anyone can do it. Team admin is done in the org "Teams" tab.

Also, if alanthing doesn't want his repo to be in the Homebrew org then that should be emphasized as an option. Taps can be anywhere, we just open invitations to have them in the org. Having your name on something people use a lot makes it feel more personal to them.

If we do proceed to have it in the Homebrew org, shall we consider naming it homebrew-apache and strike the mod suffix?

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@adamv done, but I think anyone can do it. Team admin is done in the org "Teams" tab.

Also, if alanthing doesn't want his repo to be in the Homebrew org then that should be emphasized as an option. Taps can be anywhere, we just open invitations to have them in the org. Having your name on something people use a lot makes it feel more personal to them.

If we do proceed to have it in the Homebrew org, shall we consider naming it homebrew-apache and strike the mod suffix?

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I'm okay having it under the Homebrew org, and I'm also okay with it being called 'homebrew-apache' instead of its current name.

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alanthing commented Sep 2, 2012

I'm okay having it under the Homebrew org, and I'm also okay with it being called 'homebrew-apache' instead of its current name.

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You're on the team and have full access to the tap. Welcome and gratz!

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mxcl commented Sep 3, 2012

You're on the team and have full access to the tap. Welcome and gratz!

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Thank you! I'll import the other Apache modules soon and update this issue so you can remove them from the main formulae.

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alanthing commented Sep 3, 2012

Thank you! I'll import the other Apache modules soon and update this issue so you can remove them from the main formulae.

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I've added the mod_python and mod_wsgi formulae from the main list and into homebrew/apache. They should probably be removed from the main repository soon to prevent any "Could not tap over" warnings.

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alanthing commented Sep 3, 2012

I've added the mod_python and mod_wsgi formulae from the main list and into homebrew/apache. They should probably be removed from the main repository soon to prevent any "Could not tap over" warnings.

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