Is it possible to automatically create Bamboo branch plans but not clone the trigger as well?

Please consider the following:

  • We have:
  •  
    • a JIRA (Server)
    • a Stash (Server)
    • a Bamboo (Server)
    • all three applications have applications links between each other
    • JIRA issues in a project
    • a Stash repo in a Stash project
    • the repo contains a single "master" branch
    • standard branching model has been selected
    • the JIRA project and the Stash project are linked using an "entity link" (just in case)
  • We want:
    • the master branch in Stash to always represent your stable code base
    • a Bamboo build plan always compiling the master branch once a change has been done
    • all developers to work in feature (e.g.) branches based on their issues they work on
    • one separate Bamboo build plan (for each branch) to be automatically detected and created when a feature branch is being created
      • but that Bamboo build plan for that feature branch is not supposed to automatically build
      • essentially this is supposed to be built only once when the pull-request is created in stash

Background info:

The reason behind this is, that the build environment has a footprint of about 40GBytes, thus we want to minimize the load on the CI-server since developers compile and run the unit-tests on their local dev-machines anyway ...

Now here is the question:

How can we implement this?

We are open for any suggestions, plugins, scripts whatever you can come up with.

Reference:

We are referring to the slide #157 of the presentation: Getting GIT right

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