I'm the developer of the django-mssql package, but some one else added it pypi without my permission. The version on pypi is severely outdated and I have no means to remove or update it.
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Increasing priority because this is confusing to django-mssql users and has been directly responsible in increasing my support load for django-mssql.
I'm putting a message up on https://code.google.com/p/django-mssql/ for verification of my ownership of the django-mssql code.
I'm traveling, and cannot do anything about this until after New Year, at which point I'll contact the PyPI record owner (Joe.Esposito), and wait for him to respond. As the package registration has been around for more than one year now, the issue can't be that urgent.
manfre - what is your pypi username? (there is a "manfre" user but I want to confirm that's you)
I've contacted Joe.Esposito. We will revisit this in a week if there is no response.
Joe Esposito has agreed to the ownership transfer. manfre, I just need to confirm your username.
manfre appears to be having trouble logging into SourceForge but I can confirm his PyPi username is manfre. You can see he's confirmed it on the homepage of the django-mssql project: https://code.google.com/p/django-mssql/
> My pypi username is "manfre", but sourceforge will not let me post to the ticket
manfre has been added as an owner of that package.
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