How do I make a repository public?

Jacob Miller Atlassian Team Jan 21, 2018

I've unchecked "private repository" from the repo settings, but when I try and do a clone of it, it still asks me for a bitbucket username. How do I enable my repository to be cloned without requiring a bitbucket repo?

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Hi Jacob, if the repo is public you shouldn't need a bitbucket account to clone it. Can you tell us the exact steps you're following?

Jacob Miller Atlassian Team Jan 22, 2018

 

Ah, apparently it just took a while for the changes to go into effect. It's working today, thanks for responding :)

You're welcome Jacob! Glad it's working now :)

Have a nice day,

Ana

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