At ApacheCon's welcoming event last night, Greg, Sander and I were chatting and 
Greg reminded us that the Subversion project "learned a lot about using APR 
pools" and it seems to me that a lot of that knowledge is likely missing in 
httpd-land. I also know that some of that has been backported back to APR 
itself, but I am wondering (as I am wont to do), if we couldn't do a better job 
here. I am sure that there are things in svn that could be easily and readily 
folded back into APR w/o breaking anything.

I know that some of that influenced Greg's PoCore work, but it would be really 
cool if someone in Subversion could maybe point out some of those improvements 
and "lessons learned" so that both APR and httpd could benefit.


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