My RubyForge gems aren't giving me access to them.

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JackDanger

28 Apr, 2010 08:21 PM

I've got the following gems that were auto-imported from RubyForge but I don't have ownership of them and I can't seem to sign in with my old RubyForge credentials:

  • alphadecimal
  • cached_values
  • object_proxy
  • simple_memoize

Could you give ownership of these to [email blocked]?

Here're the old RubyForge pages for the projects (they clearly show me as owner):
http://rubyforge.org/projects/cachedvalues/
http://rubyforge.org/projects/objectproxy/

Thanks!

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Nick Quaranto on 03 May, 2010 12:49 AM

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    Hi there,

    I added your gemcutter@ email as an owner on those gems. I'm also noticing that you have other gems under your old RubyForge account. Do you want me to merge the two accounts?

    >> pp User.find_by_email("[email blocked]").rubygems.map &:name
    ["4info",
     "alphadecimal",
     "blankslate",
     "cached_values",
     "immutable_attributes",
     "inline_styles",
     "object_proxy",
     "permanent_records",
     "ruby_prototype",
     "shawty-client",
     "shawty-server",
     "simple_memoize",
     "txter"]
    
    >> pp User.find_by_email("[email blocked]").rubygems.map &:name
    ["alphadecimal",
     "ar_fixtures",
     "ar_mailer",
     "ar_mailer_generator",
     "bludgeon",
     "cached_values",
     "calendar_helper",
     "change_class",
     "css_graphs",
     "dom_id", 
     "drawr",  
     "enterprise",
     "event_hook",
     "firebrigade_api",
     "flay",   
     "flog",   
     "gauntlet",
     "gmail_contacts",
     "graph",  
     "harker", 
     "heckle", 
     "hoe",
     "hoe-seattlerb",
     "icanhasaudio",
     "image_science",
     "IMAPCleanse",
     "imap_processor",
     "imap_to_rss",
     "markup_validity",
     "memcache-client",
     "mem_inspect",
     "microformat_generator",
     "milton", 
     "mogilefs-client",
     "neversaydie",
     "nfc",
     "object_proxy",
     "ObjectProxy",
     "ograph",
     "omnifocus",
     "omnifocus-bugzilla",
     "omnifocus-github",
     "omnifocus-rubyforge",
     "orca_card",
     "osx_keychain",
     "png",
     "png_font",
     "pr_geohash",
     "production_log_analyzer",
     "quick_cert",
     "rails_analyzer_tools",
     "RailsRemoteControl",
     "rbayes",
     "rc-rest",
     "RingyDingy",
     "ruby2ruby",
     "rubygems-isit19",
     "rubypan",
     "simple_memoize",
     "smtp_tls",
     "Sphincter",
     "SuperCaller",
     "SyslogLogger",
     "taka",
     "test_benchmark",
     "test_timer",
     "tidy_table",
     "un",
     "UPnP",
     "UPnP-ConnectionManager",
     "UPnP-ContentDirectory",
     "UPnP-IGD",
     "UPnP-MediaServer",
     "watcher_in_the_water",
     "wilson",
     "yoda",
     "zenprofile"]
    
  2. 2 Posted by JackDanger on 03 May, 2010 11:30 PM

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    Thanks for doing this Nick! That second list is mostly gems from other folks in the Seattle.rb so there's no need to merge the two accounts. Thanks for the help, this should be all set!

  3. Support Staff 3 Posted by Nick Quaranto on 05 May, 2010 03:31 AM

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    Sounds good, let me know if you need anything else!

  4. Nick Quaranto closed this discussion on 05 May, 2010 03:31 AM.

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