Connecting Projects and Repositories in stash - Best Practices


We are in process of mugrating our remote GIT repos to stash. I am looking for best practice guidence on how to assign repos to project ? is it one-one ? how should be handle common/shared repos ? Thanks.



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Repositories inherit the permissions of their parent project. I have found it helpful to group related repositories into a project and manage permissions at the project level.

For example:

Foobar Project (foobar team has read/write)

  • FooBar Library Repo
  • FooBar Client A Implementation Repo (Client A consultants have write access)
  • FooBar Client B Implementation (Client B consultants have write access)

Common Project (all teams have read/write access)

  • Utilities Repo
  • Framework Repo
  • Image Assets Repo

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