Lets say I have a website in a private repo in Bitbucket with the Free for 5 users account, with Bug Tracking setup.
And I have a group fo 10 testers for my website.
For all 10 of those testers to use the Bug Tracking in Bitbucket, do they each need a bitbucket account AND do they all count as contributers? Therefore requiring me to upgrade the account to one that will support 11 users?
What is a user?
Someone with read or write access to one of your private repositories.
Public/Private Issue Tracking
For a private tracker, a user's access to the code repository also applies to the tracker. For a public tracker, anyone can view/create/comment on issues even if the code repository is private.
That should answer your question. If you don't mind keeping your issue tracker public, you won't need a license. But if you do, then you will need a license.
Hope the helps.
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