Had a party over the weekend. Didn't turn out too badly, but we just aren't seeing the same kind of attendence here as when we lived in Washington. I think it is my hypothetical "20 minute driving rule." If somebody has to drive more than 20 minutes to get somewhere (e.g. to your house), then they'll tend to punt. In Seattle, most people were within that, or close to. Here in the Bay Area, it can be a full-on hour just to get back/forth to SanFran from Palo Alto. So... we don't get SF people. [and yes: the reverse is true... we don't get up to SF all that much; but then again, our SF friends don't have a lot of parties. oy]
So... back to working on SVN. Adding tidbits, refining, etc the client side of the connection. Getting the "checkout" behavior working better -- fetching the right bits and dropping then into the WC. I've also been spending some time working on getting the "commit" operation in order. That actually doesn't seem to hard. The "update" stuff is going to be a bit of a bitch, though. There is a custom WebDAV REPORT to support that.
When the FS settles down a bit, then I'll go back in there and bring mod_dav_svn up to working order.