There's a big push within Apache to adopt Subversion, and I suppose it
will get to us in the near future. However, if we go there, I don't
think it would be for this reason primarily. What are the security
vulnerabilities of SVN? Nobody knows yet, and SVN has not been
targeted. At least there is a major focus on security issues now with
CVS. You could ask on [EMAIL PROTECTED] about the security
status of Apache's CVS server and the relative security of SVN. All CVS
updates are SSH tunnelled, AFAIK.
Clay Leeds wrote:
I don't know who this should go to (they probably already know), but
according to Reuters, the CVS system has some fairly significant
holes. I know Forrest moved to SVN not too long ago. Have we thought of
doing it ourselves?
Peter B. West <http://www.powerup.com.au/~pbwest/resume.html>