we are considering to use Stash to collaborate internally and with external suppliers. For the latter use case we would like to know whether it is possible to restrict the visibility of projects and repositories to the users which have permissions on them. I have browsed the Stash documentation but did not see any concrete information about that. Did I miss anything? Is it possible?
Correct. If a user does not have at least the READ permission for a repository or project they will be unable to see it in Stash at all. It won't show up for them in project or repository lists.
You may need to be a bit careful about projects and repositories marked as "publicly accessible", or projects where a default permission level has been granted to all Stash users, as those will obviously be visible to all Stash users.
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