To take advantage of the nicer Fisheye and to allow us to use Crucible for code reviews, I had to move the subversion repository to liquibase.jira.com.
All the history transferred over correctly, but all development going forward should be done against the new repository. If you have the code checked out from sourceforge, please re-check it out from the new location: http://liquibase.jira.com/svn/CORE/trunk.
Also, commit permissions were not transferred over, so you will need to create a new account in order to commit. You can still check out in read-only mode anonymously, but you will need an account to write. I would like to experiment with having more people commit directly now that we have access to Crucible for reviewing code. I think it will be easier than funneling patches through me and give contributers the credit they deserve. I am not sure exactly how the write permissions work, so if someone would volunteer to do a little testing of if/when they can commit (anonymously, then after creating an account) please let me know.
As an added bonus, the new svn repository is significantly faster than the one at sourceforge.