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I am trying to get a clear definition of "public" vs. "private" when it comes to Bitbucket Projects and Repositories.
Atlassian documentation states a public project and/or repo can be "seen by anyone."
Does that mean "anyone in the world on the internet with a URL link" or only those who have access to my BB workspace?
My goal is to create a Project for my company, put Repositories subordinate to the Project and have all of this restricted to just our company and to users who have userids that I have added to Bitbucket. I don't want this "open to the world."
Thanks for any clarification you may offer!
Yes - anyone with the URL to the repo on the public internet can reach that repo via the web with no login required.