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PEP 541: transfer ownership of abandoned 'utidylib package #4860

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nijel opened this issue Oct 15, 2018 · 11 comments
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PEP 541: transfer ownership of abandoned 'utidylib package #4860

nijel opened this issue Oct 15, 2018 · 11 comments
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@nijel
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@nijel nijel commented Oct 15, 2018

I would like to request to transfer ownership of the name 'utidylib' to myself. I've agreed with original uTidylib author (Cory Dodt) to take over the maintenance of the package (few years ago), however it is owned by somebody else on the pypi, so he can not transfer the package ownership to me. Unfortunately I was not able to find any contacts for this user (cntrlr). Is it possible either to transfer ownership to me (nijel) or at least to get contacts for cntrlr?

I understand that the PEP 541 procedures are just being put together (#1506) so please direct this request appropriately, but this seems to be the place to collect the requests right now.

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@nijel nijel commented Oct 15, 2018

Just to summary abandonment state:

  • I got permission from the original autor, but he does not control the pypi entry
  • There is no way for me to contact pypi entry owner (see #933)
  • The code is now actively maintained by https://github.com/nijel/utidylib
  • Changing the name is of course possible, but that's probably not what people depending on this would expect
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@yeraydiazdiaz yeraydiazdiaz commented Aug 20, 2019

Hello @nijel, apologies for the delay in processing this request.

It appears that cntrlr is the sole owner of uTidylib, he should be able to transfer the project to you.

Tagging @corydodt as I believe that's his GitHub user, apologies if it's not.

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@corydodt corydodt commented Aug 20, 2019

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@yeraydiazdiaz yeraydiazdiaz commented Aug 21, 2019

Right, sorry for the confusion, I will try to contact the owner via email.

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@corydodt corydodt commented Aug 21, 2019

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@Cntrlr Cntrlr commented Aug 22, 2019

Hello. As I can see something strange has happened around me. I probably indeed have tried to use utidylib some time ago but the think that I may be it's owner surprises me greatly. I need to check this out guys. If you need something please contact me immediately and I will do my best to help you.

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@yeraydiazdiaz yeraydiazdiaz commented Aug 22, 2019

Hi @Cntrlr. I believe Cory tagged your GitHub account since it matches PyPI user "cntrlr" which sounds like it's not you, if that's the case please disregard this issue 🙂

I already tried contacting the owner via email and am waiting for a response.

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@Cntrlr Cntrlr commented Aug 22, 2019

I already did check all my accounts and this is not mine for sure. I hope this case will be resolved quickly. Good luck!

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@yeraydiazdiaz yeraydiazdiaz commented Sep 29, 2019

@nijel I've tried emailing the owner of the package but the address is now deactivated so the project can now be considered abandoned.

I will ask an admin to proceed to transfer ownership to you.

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@ewdurbin ewdurbin commented Sep 30, 2019

transfer complete.

@ewdurbin ewdurbin closed this Sep 30, 2019
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@nijel nijel commented Sep 30, 2019

Thanks!

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