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I am looking for something like a subversion dashboard that at the very least can show me commits from across a group of repositories. Is there anything like this available? Since it could just as well be dead simple and I can't find anything immediately I am thinking if just scratching my own itch here, but I am hoping someone has wanted this before? Are there any subversion "dashboards" that an show me even a simple twitter-like list of commits from across my repositories?

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My shop was looking for something similar a few years ago, so we asked around and were told about Beanstalk, which has this functionality, and presents it in a river-of-news (Twitter) format for all repositories together:

Beanstalk Dashboard

Notably, it works for Git in addition to SVN.

If you're interested in going the open-source, self-hosted route, check out Trac, which added multiple repository support in 0.12. Vitor Braga in the comments also mentioned Redmine as a possible option, as well.

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awesome! I didn't realize WebSVN would do this, will look into it -- thank you. – Joseph Weissman Jun 24 '11 at 23:56
If I recall correctly Redmine can do this do too. – Vitor Py Jun 25 '11 at 0:00
@Joe I just double-checked WebSVN, and I don't believe there's a way to show the river-of-news for multiple repositories at the same time, so I removed that option. Trac, however, does work. – user8 Jun 25 '11 at 1:01

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