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flask-classy continuing development and maintenance #80

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hoatle opened this Issue Aug 26, 2015 · 29 comments

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hoatle commented Aug 26, 2015

Hello guys,

flask-classy is awesome, however, I don't know why @apiguy haven't responded for a while with PR and issues.

So I forked the project and add more features, supports for it here at: https://github.com/teracyhq/flask-classful

and the updated documentation here at: http://flask-classful.teracy.org/

One thing remains is that I don't have flask-classy pypi credentials to updating it on pypi.

I hope that @apiguy will see this and provide me the credentials to update on pypi.

Or maybe I'll change the flask-classy to something like: flask-class to publish on pypi.

Let's see how we could come up with this project.

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OOPMan Oct 5, 2015

@hoatle Hi, nice to see you're taking over maintenance of this. With regards to the PRs against this repo, have any or all of them been merged in to your fork?

OOPMan commented Oct 5, 2015

@hoatle Hi, nice to see you're taking over maintenance of this. With regards to the PRs against this repo, have any or all of them been merged in to your fork?

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@OOPMan yes, I think I merged some and added some more updates, please checkout the commits here at: https://github.com/teracyhq/flask-classy/commits/develop

hoatle commented Oct 5, 2015

@OOPMan yes, I think I merged some and added some more updates, please checkout the commits here at: https://github.com/teracyhq/flask-classy/commits/develop

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@hoatle Great. Just wanted to check as I will probably be adding your fork to a project I'm working on...

OOPMan commented Oct 5, 2015

@hoatle Great. Just wanted to check as I will probably be adding your fork to a project I'm working on...

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@OOPMan yes, and you should access the update the latest docs at: http://flask-classy.teracy.org/ (on master branch) and http://flask-classy.teracy.org/develop/ on develop branch

hoatle commented Oct 5, 2015

@OOPMan yes, and you should access the update the latest docs at: http://flask-classy.teracy.org/ (on master branch) and http://flask-classy.teracy.org/develop/ on develop branch

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bivald Jan 20, 2016

I've pinged @apiguy on Twitter as well regarding this. I'll also use @hoatle's fork in my projects from now on.

bivald commented Jan 20, 2016

I've pinged @apiguy on Twitter as well regarding this. I'll also use @hoatle's fork in my projects from now on.

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lucidfrontier45 Jan 20, 2016

@hoatle
Thank you for inheriting the project.
I have a question about PyPI registration. Do you have any intention to register your fork as another package name? I don'k now if you can use @apiguy 's PyPI account.

I think it is more convenient if the package can be found on PyPI.

lucidfrontier45 commented Jan 20, 2016

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Thank you for inheriting the project.
I have a question about PyPI registration. Do you have any intention to register your fork as another package name? I don'k now if you can use @apiguy 's PyPI account.

I think it is more convenient if the package can be found on PyPI.

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bivald Jan 20, 2016

@lucidfrontier45 ,

@hoatle would need access to @apiguy to publish under the same name (even though doing so would absolutely be the best) or start a claiming process. It would be better if @hoatle could be invited to this repo of course.

@hoatle You can open a support request for Pypi to claim ownership of a abandoned project by visiting http://sourceforge.net/p/pypi/support-requests/ and creating a new support request. Looking at https://mail.python.org/pipermail/distutils-sig/2014-September/024841.html they will they try to contact @apiguy and if they fail they might grant ownership transfer

That said, it might be simpler to create a new fork named flask-classier (or something) 🎱

bivald commented Jan 20, 2016

@lucidfrontier45 ,

@hoatle would need access to @apiguy to publish under the same name (even though doing so would absolutely be the best) or start a claiming process. It would be better if @hoatle could be invited to this repo of course.

@hoatle You can open a support request for Pypi to claim ownership of a abandoned project by visiting http://sourceforge.net/p/pypi/support-requests/ and creating a new support request. Looking at https://mail.python.org/pipermail/distutils-sig/2014-September/024841.html they will they try to contact @apiguy and if they fail they might grant ownership transfer

That said, it might be simpler to create a new fork named flask-classier (or something) 🎱

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svenstaro Jan 22, 2016

I suggest you just rename your work and that's that. Maybe call it flask-classful for maximum confusion in the ecosystem.

svenstaro commented Jan 22, 2016

I suggest you just rename your work and that's that. Maybe call it flask-classful for maximum confusion in the ecosystem.

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hoatle Jan 24, 2016

thank you guys, let me try to claim ownership of a abandoned project first.

hoatle commented Jan 24, 2016

thank you guys, let me try to claim ownership of a abandoned project first.

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hoatle Feb 16, 2016

FYI, pypi ownership transfer issue was accepted https://sourceforge.net/p/pypi/support-requests/591/

hoatle commented Feb 16, 2016

FYI, pypi ownership transfer issue was accepted https://sourceforge.net/p/pypi/support-requests/591/

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bivald commented Feb 16, 2016

👍

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mapleoin Feb 16, 2016

To clarify, it seems that you have not yet been granted pypi access? And the "0.8.0 released" does not mean "released on pypi", but rather "tagged in github"?

mapleoin commented Feb 16, 2016

To clarify, it seems that you have not yet been granted pypi access? And the "0.8.0 released" does not mean "released on pypi", but rather "tagged in github"?

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@mapleoin yes, I meant github tagged, it will be pypi released when I got pypi ownership transfer.

hoatle commented Feb 16, 2016

@mapleoin yes, I meant github tagged, it will be pypi released when I got pypi ownership transfer.

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hoatle Mar 9, 2016

https://sourceforge.net/p/pypi/support-requests/591/ closed with response:

The owner has responded that this is not an abandoned project.

hoatle commented Mar 9, 2016

https://sourceforge.net/p/pypi/support-requests/591/ closed with response:

The owner has responded that this is not an abandoned project.

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bivald Mar 9, 2016

Perhaps you @apiguy could add @hoatle as maintainer of this repo then?

bivald commented Mar 9, 2016

Perhaps you @apiguy could add @hoatle as maintainer of this repo then?

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EvaSDK Mar 9, 2016

Did the pypi guys ignore the absence of activity on this repo ? I fail to see how this is not abandoned considering the lack of commits for over a year and a half.

EvaSDK commented Mar 9, 2016

Did the pypi guys ignore the absence of activity on this repo ? I fail to see how this is not abandoned considering the lack of commits for over a year and a half.

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@hoatle Time to rename your fork?

OOPMan commented Mar 9, 2016

@hoatle Time to rename your fork?

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And release it under the new name?

OOPMan commented Mar 9, 2016

And release it under the new name?

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svenstaro Mar 9, 2016

I suggest flask-classful :P

svenstaro commented Mar 9, 2016

I suggest flask-classful :P

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hoatle Mar 9, 2016

I guess so, what's about flask-classify as a new name? :D

hoatle commented Mar 9, 2016

I guess so, what's about flask-classify as a new name? :D

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I like flask-classful 👍

bivald commented Mar 9, 2016

I like flask-classful 👍

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flask-class-act :-)

OOPMan commented Mar 9, 2016

flask-class-act :-)

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hoatle Mar 10, 2016

thank you guys, let's go with flask-classful then, I'll update on this issue when it's done.

hoatle commented Mar 10, 2016

thank you guys, let's go with flask-classful then, I'll update on this issue when it's done.

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hoatle Mar 16, 2016

hello guys, let's make it clear with this change. Please let me know if there is any problem with the changes here: teracyhq#13 ?

hoatle commented Mar 16, 2016

hello guys, let's make it clear with this change. Please let me know if there is any problem with the changes here: teracyhq#13 ?

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svenstaro commented Mar 18, 2016

Good job!

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bivald Mar 18, 2016

Awesome, when any of us get some time we could also submit it to http://flask.pocoo.org/extensions/ http://flask-menu.readthedocs.org/en/latest/

bivald commented Mar 18, 2016

Awesome, when any of us get some time we could also submit it to http://flask.pocoo.org/extensions/ http://flask-menu.readthedocs.org/en/latest/

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