As mentioned by the document you linked, Bitbucket itself doesn't offer a way to restore a repository deleted by a user. I did however some research and found some links that may be useful. As pointed by Seth, every clone of the repo is indeed a backup (maybe not always up to date), so you should be able to restore a repository by having your own backup of it.
In the following links there is some discussion on this, as well as some scripts presented to have this done, in case you want to automatize the process:
@gustavo_refosco could you please update the link https://www.jobnix.in/bitbucket-backup-script-repository-backup/ to https://nixhive.com/bitbucket-backup-script-repository-backup/
I have lost that domain.
So I have 3 users and one master file also a download site/upload I have cloned and since fetched from source tree daily. How to verify I am getting all my files? I am not a developer I am an owner. total newbie. I need a piece of mind my source code is complete and out of harm's way, Please advise?
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