#354 Claiming a package: django-oauth2-provider

v1.0_(example)
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nobody
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5
2014-03-20
2014-03-19
Evan Culver
No

I was recently made a contributor to the django-oauth2-provider project, but I haven't been made an owner in PyPI, so I can't submit new releases for the package. I've tried to contact the original maintainer through the same means that lead to me being made a contributor in the first place, but have not received a response. I originally contacted Alen (current owner) on Jan. 20th, so it's been about 2 months w/o any feedback.

I was wondering if I could claim ownership of the package in PyPI so that I can push a new release to the registry? I'm currently the only user who is maintaining the project and would love to give the users a new release.

How might I go about getting this done?

Package References:

https://pypi.python.org/pypi/django-oauth2-provider
https://github.com/caffeinehit/django-oauth2-provider

Validation:

My fork: https://github.com/eculver/django-oauth2-provider/
Project history: https://github.com/caffeinehit/django-oauth2-provider/commits/master

Discussion

  • Evan Culver
    Evan Culver
    2014-03-20

    This has been resolved.

     
  • Richard Jones
    Richard Jones
    2014-03-20

    • status: open --> closed