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I have a personal repo which I forked to a repo owned by a team. The team's repo should be considered the primary one, but I'm still the maintainer in either case. Since I forked the team's repo from my personal one, mine is listed as the upstream repo, and the team repo wants to sync updates from it.
But, I'd like it to be the other way around, I think. I'd like the team's repo to be upstream, my personal repo would sync changes, and I'd be able to submit pull requests to it.
Is there a way to change the upstream/downstream direction through bitbucket? If not, what would happen if I deleted my personal repo and then forked a new personal repo from the team one? I think theoretically that would work, but I'd like to be sure.
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