[Rd] something wrong in package submission procedure/website

peter dalgaard pdalgd at gmail.com
Mon Feb 8 16:19:55 CET 2016

Quite possibly, I should keep my big mouth shut and let the CRAN'ers answer this, but at face value, you submit a new version and are asked to confirm that problems with the previous version are fixed; isn't that as it should be?


On 08 Feb 2016, at 16:10 , Paul Johnson <pauljohn32 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Yesterday I uploaded new rockchalk_1.8.97.  Then I received email
> saying that I needed to confirm the submission.  Here's the message.
> Dear Paul E. Johnson
> Someone has submitted the package rockchalk to CRAN.
> You are receiving this email to confirm the submission as the maintainer of
> this package.
> To confirm the submission to CRAN, follow or copy & paste the following
> link into your browser:
> http://xmpalantir.wu.ac.at/cransubmit/conf_mail.php?code=b95e95eb5317901449ed7d311053bad8
> If you did not submit the package or do not wish for it to be submitted to
> CRAN, simply ignore this email
> Submission Information:
> Submitter: Paul Johnson <pauljohn at ku.edu>
> Package: rockchalk
> Version: 1.8.97
> Note the email has the correct package version 1.8.97, what I uploaded
> yesterday.
> The email points to a webpage where I confirm submission.  The 3rd box
> there requires me to agree to "I have fixed all probelms shown on the
> package check page(which links to
> http://cran.r-project.org/web/checks/check_results_rockchalk.html).
> The problem is that the package check has a report on the PREVIOUS
> rockchalk 1.8.92, not the one I uploaded yesterday.
> So none of the beautiful repairs I implemented show up :(
> pj
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