On Sun, 1 Jun 2014 12:10:01 -0700 Noah Kantrowitz firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
On Jun 1, 2014, at 8:02 AM, Paul Sokolovsky email@example.com wrote:
My usecase is: I work on different projects in parallel, with different roles. For example, I work on community project and publish packages on behalf of it, and I publish personal packages too. Obviously, I want to have 2 separate PyPI publishing accounts for those roles. Also, I don't want to cleanup after dumb mistakes, so want to explicitly specify an identity to use for each publishing operation, and get an error if I don't.
PyPI has an ACL system to make this unnecessary. You can use a single account, and for the community project just grant multiple people access.
Unnecessary what exactly? On my packages' PyPI pages, I want to have "Package Index Owner: pfalcon", and on other packages' pages, I don't want to have "pfalcon" (and want to have another specific username). Having it otherwise would be misrepresentation of package origin.
If "single account" can do that (that would be a surprise), I'd appreciate a link to materials I can read up on the matter.