Hi Alex,

I’m one of the PAUSE admins. I’m emailing you because 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.

You have ownership of the “settings” namespace, as you have a settings module 
in your “Opener_chat” distribution. This now conflicts with the Settings 
module, owned by MARKPF.

There are a number of ways this could be resolved. You could release a new 
version with “settings” renamed to Opener_chat::settings, or similar.

Another option: this was last released in 2009, and isn’t packaged as a full 
CPAN distribution. If you’re not maintaining this any more, then we could 
delete it from CPAN, and then free up the associated permissions.

Which option would you like to go with?

PAUSE doesn’t let situations like this occur any more, so I’m tidying up the 
historical cases.


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