Our gracious SVN and Trac hosts CVSDude have upgraded their system and migrated us to their new platform. What this means is faster and more relialble access to the over 90 PureMVC Ports, Demos and Utilities hosted there. The PureMVC Framework project has been supported by CVSDude for the last few years, and I'd like to take this opportunity to highly recommend them for your SVN and Trac needs.
The migration held some not wholly unexpected problems. The biggest of these is that the Trac upgrade from 0.10 to 0.11 meant that our custom web templates that master web craftsman Sean Carnell so lovingly crafted for us no longer work. Trac has a totally different templating system now. So for the moment, you'll find a somewhat rough, but mostly navigable version of the bare Trac wiki for navigating all the projects. But our SVN repositories should all be intact. If you find an area that is functionally broken (can't download code or browse repository), under the 'Code' section of the site, please report it to me.
There is no way to totally abandon Trac, as it's well indexed by the search engines, so we'll need those pages to be reintegrated into the site. Sean has agreed to have a look at the Trac templates soon. Also, the new CVSDude platform offers the option of using the XMLRPC Pluging for Trac, so I'm going to try and capture all the information that was on those sites, describing the projects, and put it into an XML format and build an AIR app to maintain and it and a Flex app navigate it. The XML database should end up being the authority, and the Trac pages regenerated from the XML each time it is updated or a new project is added. This would allow many views on the project and contributor space, through clients that can read this XML format.
UPDATE: The CVSDudes have taken a crack at fixing the Trac templates, and mostly things are working again, however clicking the little '>' disclosure icons in the 'Browse Source' sections next to each folder name still break the templates. But clicking on the actual folder names themselves works fine. We hope to have this all cleared up soon.