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Re: Subversion in 2010

From: Lieven Govaerts <svnlgo_at_mobsol.be>
Date: Sun, 17 Jan 2010 20:21:55 +0100

On Fri, Jan 1, 2010 at 7:22 PM, Hyrum K. Wright
<hyrum_wright_at_mail.utexas.edu> wrote:
> I hope the holidays have been good for everybody in the Subversion community.  In between spending some quality time with family, and eating more than I ought, I've done a bit thinking about Subversion in 2010, what I'd like to see happen, and some goals that we can work toward as a community.  Here's my list (in no particular order):
> * Release 1.7 with wc-ng and obliterate support
> * Build our developer community
> * Finish joining the ASF and dissolve SVN Corp
> * Talk to users more
> * Build out our web presence on s.a.o.
> * Profit! (well, maybe not...)
> Each of these probably deserves it's own thread for more in-depth discussion, but it's useful to have a high-level view.  What are your plans for Subversion in 2010?

I'm going to keep scratching my own itches, that's probably about all
I'll have time for this year. First on the list is migrating buildbot
to the asf infra, then continuing the work on ra_serf to make it
release-ready (I dare not to say that'll be 1.7 though).

Then, while using darcs for a while on a small project I started to
like the 'darcs record' feature, and more specifically the interactive
way of managing local chunks of changes. This is the sort of thing I
miss when working with svn right now, thinks like reverting hunks,
saving them to a patch file (instead of manually editing a patch
file), naming them (and committing them) would speed up my workflow a
lot in some cases.

And if I don't find time for any of this, I'll just look in the issue
tracker from time to time, write some tests and/or fix some issues.

Received on 2010-01-17 20:22:50 CET

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