Transferring ownership is something that is very hard for gem
distributors to do without permission from someone who already has
admin access to a project, because it can lead to all kinds of
complicated personal conflicts. That's why in most cases if an
original maintainer cannot be contacted, we'd recommend renaming
the gem and releasing under the new name.
Hey Gregory, thanks for the fast answer! Like I said I tried to
reach them, but did not receive a reply. For me it would be fine,
if you could grant me push access to the gem - you would not have
to remove anyone of them.
Please try again to reach them. It's unlikely that we'd be able
to give you access to the gem without their permission, so if
you're unable to reach them, I'd recommend releasing your updates
under a new name.
We don't really have the ability to judge the wishes of previous
maintainers of projects, and so in all but the most extreme cases,
the only way to get added to a project is with approval from an