Getting Involved with AnkhSVN and the Community
AnkhSVN is a free download and
you can start using it today. If you do, contribute
something back: answer somebody's question in the
AnkhSVN discussion forum or
report a defect (
how about fixing one? ). You can even
become a core committer to the AnkhSVN project.
Get access to the code and issue tracker
To get the ability to enter and edit issues in our issue
tracker, you need to request the "Participant" role in our
project. To request the Participant role, you need to be an
openCollabNet member and be logged in. We'll send you a
confirmation email within one working day (usually much faster).
If you obtained the participant role you can use your openCollabNet
account to check out the AnkhSVN sourcecode, but you can also use the
public 'guest' account with a blank password for that.
Check-out or browse the AnkhSVN code, view and edit
Enter, query, view, and generate reports on the
defects and development tasks
Contains the source code and other artifacts of the
To get access to the AnkhSVN code and the ability to
enter and edit issues in our issue tracker, you need to
request the "Participant" role in our project. To request
the Participant role, you have to be an openCollabNet
member first, and be logged in. We'll send you a
confirmation email (usually within one working day).
You can also checkout the repository anonymously using
the username "guest" and a blank password.
Learn how to: report bugs, build AnkhSVN and submit a
patch, and find out how to become a committer. Most of
AnkhSVN's processes are derived from the Subversion
Development Forums / Mailing Lists
Stay up to date with what is happening in the AnkhSVN
project: Join our mailing lists.