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  1. The beginning of git-flow. Simple and effective branching model for multi developer source control.
  2. Handy little post. If .svn/tmp dirs are msising, say excluded from backup, one line solution `find -iname ".svn" -exec mkdir {}/tmp \;`
  3. Code snippet to protect .svn / .bzr / CVS directories within apache via the .htaccess file for a single site.
  4. Code snippet to protect .svn / .bzr / CVS directories within apache system wide in the httpd.conf file.
  5. Subversion RPMs for RHEL and CentOS. Latest versions.
  6. As used by Incsub.
  7. A helpful guide to using bzr as a client for subversion repositories. Or branching from subversion and then recommitting to subversion while managing intermediary changes in bazaar. The article also covers cvs in the same depth.
  8. Redmine is a project management / bug tracker / etc written in Ruby on Rails. It supports multiple CVS back ends including SVN, CVS, Git, Mercurial, Bazaar and Darcs.
  9. Bazaar is a distributed version control system available under the GPL. It supports upload of repos by ftp, rsync, sftp, etc. Repos can be hosted on a standard web server or by a bazaar specific server.
  10. Hosted Projects provide svn hosting starting from $7/month. They include 4 hourly off-site backup but they charge an extra fee to provide a downloadable backup.
  11. ProSVN provide subversion hosting in Euros starting from 2 euros per month for 100Mb. I couldn't find any contact information or support info on their site beyond links to SVN clients / tutorials.
  12. Wush provide commercial subversion hosting starting at $20/qtr or $15/month for 2Gb disk / 20Gb bandwidth including Trac. They seem to be a small company that would provide responsive support.
  13. CVSDude provide CVS / Subversion and Trac hosting. It's free for tiny packages, a reasonable team option is $30 / month.
  14. Quick introduction to SVN. Short and simple, covers the *very* basic commands. A handy reference.
  15. The goal of the Subversion project is to build a version control system that is a compelling replacement for CVS in the open source community. The software is released under an Apache/BSD-style open source license.

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