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Roadmap for Subversion?

From: david noble <david.noble_at_icbc.com>
Date: Tue, 19 May 2009 16:18:01 -0700

Hi All,
Looking for a roadmap document for where Subversion is going past 1.6.2,
ideally for the next 2 major versions at least.
Is Configuration Management going to be a large part of where SVN is
going? And if it is, will it be focused on "pure" config mgmt (ie
setting up dev/test/QA/prod'n environments for things like
hardware/network/server/client configs, M/F code, and .NET/J2EE - ie
everything an app depends on) or will it move into areas such as dynamic
monitoring of the production environment a la Radia (now HP Openview
CMDB). Gartner also criticises SVN for its lack of Production Support
features such as tracing bugs back to source code and team-based
development (for IT shops where there are say 100+ developers). How will
SVN address this? Will it ever address this?

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