You might want to take a look at this Submerged blog post by one of the Subversion developers at CollabNet. Mike Pilato goes over how to accomplish the goal your trying to do.
Hope this helps,
>>> On Mon, Nov 5, 2007 at 5:13 PM, in message
<ED58B1595C71654D893C95259055CD501010AF19@exch3.msc.internal>, "Bradley, Scott"
> I have an open source project, in the acl I would like to allow
> anonymous read access to the root and any authenticated write access to
> the wiki.
> Subversion directories
> * = r
> ? = rw
> But this doesn't seem to work in the way I was expecting. Authenticated
> users are still denied write access. I've tried with both apache and
> svnserve but neither allow this configuration.
> Can anyone make a suggestion as to why this is happening and how I can
> achieve what I need.
> Thanks in advance.
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