Now that Subversion 1.5 has been out for a little while and it is at the point where it might actually have some benefit to us, do we have some volunteers who have some time to try converting over the repository and all the post-commit and ACL rules from CVSROOT?

Talking to people here at OSCON, the consensus seems to be that moving to Subversion at this point would worthwhile. The Git/Bzr/Merc folks have better tools to deal with a central svn repository than cvs at this point, and the svn workflow and Windows tools won't leave all our less technical committers floundering.

I think the most convenient approach would be to do the conversion directly on the machine and run the two side-by-side with periodic imports to svn while we test things and then a freeze and a switchover at some point.


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