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flask-classy continuing development and maintenance #80
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.
@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)