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Re: Failed: PAUSE indexer report SHAY/libapreq2-2.15.tar.gz

From:
Steve Hay via modules
Date:
February 23, 2021 13:53
Subject:
Re: Failed: PAUSE indexer report SHAY/libapreq2-2.15.tar.gz
Message ID:
CADED=K59h8NOJAmuCRbbBnJg=Xq+0OatCnmZNiefKB5zGfjoaQ@mail.gmail.com
Hi,

Regarding the failed indexer job below, is it possible to get
permission to upload this new libapreq2 release? (Or more specifically
to get it indexed, since I see it has been uploaded here:
https://cpan.metacpan.org/authors/id/S/SH/SHAY/).

I have perms to upload mod_perl2 releases, but haven't done a
libapreq2 before. It appears I don't have the necessary perms for
this. (The PAUSE View Permissions page for libapreq2 says that the
special APML name has comaint, which I thought might confer perms to
me, but it obviously doesn't work like that!)

I offered to do this on behalf of Joe Orton, who put the release on
Apache servers (see http://httpd.apache.org/apreq/download.cgi) but
he's never done CPAN uploads before. He confirmed he's happy for me to
do it on his behalf here:
https://lists.apache.org/thread.html/rc729a2b2a857963f6c03a99217f8946f2981fe5ffc5a7cbcd0d0ab18%40%3Cdev.httpd.apache.org%3E

Thanks,
Steve

On Tue, 23 Feb 2021 at 13:28, PAUSE <upload@pause.perl.org> wrote:
>
> The following report has been written by the PAUSE namespace indexer.
> Please contact modules@perl.org if there are any open questions.
>
>   User: SHAY (Steve Hay)
>   Distribution file: libapreq2-2.15.tar.gz
>   Number of files: 312
>   *.pm files: 24
>   README: libapreq2-2.15/README
>   META-File: libapreq2-2.15/META.yml
>   META-Parser: Parse::CPAN::Meta 1.4414
>   META-driven index: yes
>   Timestamp of file: Tue Feb 23 13:26:47 2021 UTC
>   Time of this run: Tue Feb 23 13:28:39 2021 UTC
>
> This distribution name will only be indexed when uploaded by users with
> permission for the package libapreq2. Either someone else has ownership
> over that package name, or this is a brand new distribution and that
> package name was neither listed in the 'provides' field in the META file
> nor found inside the distribution's modules. Therefore, no modules will
> be indexed.
>
> Further details on the indexing attempt follow.
>
> Nothing in this distro has been
> indexed, because according to META.yml this
> package does not provide any modules.
>
> __END__



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