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Re: Subversion in 2010 and Beyond

From: Julian Foad <julianfoad_at_btopenworld.com>
Date: Thu, 21 Jan 2010 13:28:32 +0000

FYI, that "Subversion in 2010 and Beyond" was a Webinar talking about
some of the things coming up in Subversion 1.7 and beyond. It was
produced by my employer WANdisco who also sent this summary and link to
it. We broadcast it live on Tuesday this week, the four of us doing our
technical bits followed by our COO & VP, Product Marketing, describing
our Subversion Services, and at the end there was a short session of
questions.

You can watch the slides and listen to the audio at the link below or
the direct URL
<http://www.slideshare.net/wandisco/subversion-in-2010-and-beyond>.

It was fun, presenting on line. We all scripted our exact words, a lot
of preparation, which paid off when it came to being able to read it
smoothly.

Hmm, I should announce it here in advance next time we do something like
that. It simply did not occur to me to do so.

- Julian

> http://bit.ly/svn2010slides
>
> Interesting presentation by Subversion developers Hyrum Wright, Philip
> Martin, Julian Foad and Dave Brown.
>
> Highlights include:
>
> HTTPv2.0
> This update of the current WebDAV HTTP protocol will boost performance
> while preserving the benefits of providing web access to Subversion.
>
> SVNJ
> A rich server-side JAVA API that leverages Subversion's established
> code base. SVNJ will enable the Subversion community to reach out to
> millions of JAVA developers to create the same rich functionality and
> extensibility on the server that's available on the client.
>
> Obliterate
> A new feature that cleanly removes obsolete files and other data from
> Subversion repositories. Obliterate will include comprehensive audit
> and recovery capabilities to guarantee that history is always
> available.
>
> Working Copy
> New features include centralized metadata storage and improved
> extensibility. These enhancements will lay the groundwork for offline
> commits and other capabilities normally associated with distributed
> version control systems.
Received on 2010-01-21 14:29:13 CET

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