All the source code of our work is available in this SVN repository at all times. The purpose of this resource is to host all our material that implies writing code: from TeX and LaTeX documents, to CSS and markup of our webpages, in order to provide a way for co-operative editing and writing and version/revision control. Sudversion is meant to store and provide a copy of code, and not content directly (e.g. articles or reports). To write content for our websites and documents, we use a mediawiki installation: the Hipatia Wiki. Since mediawiki has its own syntax to render contents, the real code and markup used for our websites is stored here, and at the moment this is the main reason for this resource. If you have a free (as in freedom) project following our manifestos, and you would like to host it here, please contact us. The next section describes a short introduction to Subversion, to get started.
If you are just curious to find out what's cooking, you can browse through our SVN repository.
To check out our repository, you will need subversion. We provide anonymus access to Sudversion to checkout, but you won't be able to commit any changes unless you have a valid account. To get an account, you need to join us.To checkout our source code, you just need to type this in a terminal:
substituting <project> with the source tree you want to checkout (e.g. book).
svn co http://sudversion.hipatia.net/gnuri/<project>
We provide both HTTP and HTTPS connections to the repository.
You can find a complete reference to subversion here: http://svnbook.red-bean.com/index.en.html.