We have suffered from a connectivity problem with the CAcert infrastructure services (blog, mail, svn, wiki etc) from about 08:05 – 09:05 UTC this morning (2012-05-23).
Our system administrators were able to fix the firewall problem.
All systems are avialable again.
Today I finished the migration of svn.cacert.org to a LXC container on our new infrastructure machine. The container is running on Debian Squeeze and supports some nice new features:
Read only access is provided via http://svn.cacert.org/ as it was before.
Besides allowing client certificate authentication for our Subversion repository this is a big step forward as we now have a modern infrastructure machine with a recent operating system distribution.
If you already have a SVN account on svn.cacert.org and want to use the client certificate authentication feature please send a mail to svn-admin (at) cacert (dot) org.