As requested by Tim Chen, a Taiwan University researcher who created a great non-linear image revision system with a GIMP prototype:
the full studio svn database for Sintel has been put online as well. Tim needs this data to investigate how a studio workflow for CG animation film goes in practice, and to check on the feasibility to develop a similar revision system for .blend files. If you check the video, this would certainly provide a revolutionary workflow for teams on films!
For anyone interested to investigate studio workflows in general, our svn is available for download here:
There’s also an md5 for the files. The .tar files have been created like this:
tar -cvf - ./svnroot/durian | split -a 4 -d -b 256m - /tmp/usb/durian.tar
Files that have been uploaded should be 268435456 bytes each, which exception for the last file which is 153933824 bytes. Total size of the svn data is about 114 GB.
Tips for how to merge it all and untar I found on this page.