Tonight we’ve enabled SSL for all our domains, and that includes your projects! This is a special gift to you beta users. You’ve given such great feedback, helped us find trivial bugs, and put up with us when you found major ones. And you’ve been spreading the word! I think that more than anything deserves a reward.
The free accounts we’ll be offering when we launch will not have SSL. In fact, getting SSL for both Trac and SVN is going to be reserved for Pro accounts. You guys are special!
For the moment it’s a self-signed certificate, but between now and launch we’ll be switching to a trusted signed certificate. For all practical purposes though, it does what you want: encryptz your dataz. You can also use secure SVN as a way to get around firewalls that prevent the DAV extensions to HTTP.
It’s not the default, so you’ll have to manually add that s to http in your URLs, but I’m sure that’s not too much to ask. Also, Subversion won’t switch to the SSL version of your repository with the
switch command unless you use the