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Documenting Code Projects

Forgive me, I'm not a BitBucket user, but am considering it. 

How is code documented for a collaborative coding project?  I don't see any features for it in our organization's instance and I don't see any references to it on Atlassian's feature list,

What I'm thinking about is something akin to GitHub's readme's and wiki's.  



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Deleted user Mar 11, 2023

hi @Bob Weiner Jr  it's the same question I've been asking myself since 2013... just think how much time has passed and atlassian is still struggling to understand what we really need.*O:community*I:social_share*

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