Hi Ashley & Germain,
I emailed you back in June:
> I’m emailing you wearing my PAUSE admin hat: I’m working on resolving
> conflicts caused by PAUSE now considering package names case insensitively.
> This has left us with some situations where two or more people are owners of
> namespaces previously considered distinct, and now considered the same.
> Ashley (AWIN) has ownership of Qt::Base, which is on CPAN in
> PerlQt-1.04.tar.gz, and Germain (GGARAND) has ownership of Qt::base, which is
> on CPAN in PerlQt-3.008.tar.gz. To resolve this conflict, I propose dropping
> AWIN’s permissions on the older Qt::Base, and also deleting all of the older
> releases of PerlQt from Ashley’s CPAN author directory (there are a number of
> older releases of PerlQt appearing in the CPAN index, because various module
> names were changed across a number of releases. As a result someone could
> (theoretically) accidentally install the wrong version of PerlQt).
Are you happy for me to make these changes? Seems like they’re the right thing
to do: I don’t think they’ll cause any problems, it will resolve the conflict,
and also prevent anyone from accidentally installing an old release.