It’s finally here! I made my first GNOME Subversion commit a few minutes ago, and am very much looking forward to finally giving the whole Banshee tree a much needed reorganization. I will be doing something similar to what Joe is doing with Beagle. There are a number of externally interesting and reusable components in Banshee that should be managed outside the main tree, but are still maintained by the project.
In any regard, I just welcome the freedom from CVS and a big thanks to Ross Golder and anyone else involved for their collective and continued efforts with the migration.
I’ve got a nice new feature drop in the works as well, and after that lands, expect a lot of uproar and reorg inside the Banshee module! If only it were snowing here…
Update: Cool stuff alert.
You can get Banshee from GNOME Subversion now. Like Joe has done with Beagle, the Banshee trunk layout is slightly non-standard. The primary Banshee tree is at /trunk/banshee, and not /trunk:
$ svn co http://svn.gnome.org/svn/banshee/trunk/banshee
Developers will likely want all of /trunk. In the near future it will be populated with additional sub-projects, including banshee-official-plugins, which will move from svn.banshee-project.org:
$ svn co svn+ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org/svn/banshee/trunk banshee