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End of the story, the package that I released (the fork she's mentioning, that is not.) it's now fully merged on her repository. If you visit the repo, that was my hard work that Sunday.
I just hope this package get to maintained properly.
I'm the guy that she's mentioning in this post.
I just want to clarify here. I think this is going too far.
This is something that you folks you wouldn't want to happen.
I was looking for a solution for configuration management.
i found her package I didn't like the technical approach she used to build the package.
I initially forked because I wanted to make that better. But then I realized that I would have re-written it in a totally different way, using a different approach which defers a lot from her implementation.
Because her package had no tests and looked minimalistic, I thought let's build a new version that uses a different approach to configs, so that people can use either her or mine depending on the preference.
After had spent 1 full day and fully tested my package (95% coverage).
I see a message in the issues that I forked her package and re-distributed.
That wasn't nice... Yhea I copied 5 line of her code to my repo but all the rest I made it.