Most of TeX Live is a redistribution of packages and programs from elsewhere, primarily CTAN. So, the target for bug reports varies according to the nature of the problem.
Highlights of changes in this release (details for pdfTeX, LuaTeX, XeTeX, MetaPost, dvips). If you need to use alternate binaries, the custom binary support in the TL installer may prove useful.
Known issues in TeX Live 2017:
If the dvisvgm version provided in TL does not meet your needs, we suggest checking for a version provided by your OS distribution, and/or compiling from the original source.
This situation is clearly not ideal. However, in consultation with the dvisvgm author, it was our best compromise between the requirements of the new dvisvgm (namely, C++11), providing the new dvisvgm with its new features, and providing binaries that run on older systems. Like all compromises, it is imperfect.
Next year, most likely only the current version will be provided, and platforms will be built on newer systems or dropped entirely. This won't be because of dvisvgm, but because ICU, a core library, also now requires C++11, and it won't be feasible to deal with that on the older systems we have traditionally used in TL to provide binaries as widely usable as possible. Naturally, we (will) deplore this outcome, but we have no way to affect such choices.
Bug archives for the previous release and earlier years are still online.