Subversion Labels is a set of scripts and server-side hook programs that allow people to give Subversion revision numbers more meaningful aliases (such as release-1.1.2beta), and use them instead of remembering revision numbers. It does not require modification/recompilation of the Subversion server/client code, and is aimed at people who dislike Subversion's tags-are-branches approach.
vss2svn is a Perl script (vss2svn.pl) and accompanying C program (ssphys.exe) to migrate revision history from a Microsoft Visual SourceSafe (VSS) database to a Subversion repository. This combination of programs was designed by reverse-engineering the backend database structure of Microsoft's VSS repository. In doing so, the authors have made progress towards overcoming the inability of even Microsoft's own API to properly recover deep history from VSS. This also means that you don't actually need a copy of VSS or its libraries to convert your repository.
Cleverbox provides an interactive command line shell dedicated to the deployment and maintenance of Trac and Subversion instances. It can handle multiple configuration profiles, enabling the deployment of differently flavored types of projects (Trac configuration and permissions, Apache configuration templates, etc). The project's main objective is to make your life as simple as possible. Thus, it comes with easy installation, easy upgrades, and a comprehensive documentation.