You know, I am not a machine with a hard coded set of rules, I am a person, am so my thinking and feeling are fuzzy...
If somebody releases an unauthorized version of my modules without first trying to communice with me in any way, yes, I probably would get upset.
If somebody releases an unauthorized version of my modules after I have failed to reply to several mails from him, I would probably feel more guilty than upset.
But nevertheless, I still think that in that later case, he should had written me an email volunteering to take over the module (even if for a single release) because even if I had failed to reply to his bug reports and patches, I still would be willing to collaborate with him to take out that new release and, this is the important thing, everybody will win.
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