We're not in the business of kicking people out of gem names,
but if you're not using the gem name, it would be great to let
steve's gem through. If you're not sure of how to add someone else
as an owner of a gem, here's a tutorial:
4 Posted by Luca Marrocco on 04 Aug, 2012 07:01 PM
I'm sorry, but why Steve can't chose a different name by your self
project? My project is available since 2008 cost me a lot of effort to
publish it and make it open source. Now i'm working into another
version and i will publish new one soon.
I think you are confused about what open source is. You are
abusing rubygems to distribute your java jar files. I've owned the
name deployr.com since 2008 and turned down many offers to buy the
name. I will continue to use this name. I will rename the gem.
Thanks again for lying to me and telling me I could have the name
in January. That would have been a good time to let someone know.
I'm also not changing the executable name. So there will be
conflict if anyone actually wants to use your java based gem.