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So we have nearly 200 repositories, many of which have the same configurations:
and many other settings are basically the same in our company. For example, we have user-groups for reviewers and we don't have to go and set that for each repository, we could just set it once
Another problem is - one of the thing we are facing right now - we set docker username/passwords and some other environment variables for Pipeline build... any change in our Pipeline process, resetting password, adding new env variable, all requires one person to go through all the 200 repositories and set them one by one. You can tell that when a repeating task is in place human makes mistakes... now imagine after setting all those repositories, something comes up and we'll need to change them again.
I wish there was a central settings page for all repositories so any repository would inherit those settings unless a specific configuration needs to be overridden in the repo settings itself.
I'd like to know your opinion