SourceForge.net now offering public Subversion

Good news. It appears that SourceForge are now offering full, public use of Subversion for all projects on sf.net!

The SourceForge.net: Subversion (Version Control for Source Code) document contains full details on their setup. Notable key points:

  1. It’s using authenticated HTTPS — which is great, going by my experiences with the ASF’s setup
  2. Imports are done from either an existing SF.net CVS repository using cvs2svn, from a Subversion ‘svnadmin dump’ file, or from a CVS repository tarball
  3. CIAbot support is offered as standard ;)

Awesome. I’ll be trying this out with Uffizi, which I registered as a Sourceforge project a few weeks ago just to try this out. ;)

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