Is it possible to require a valid open JIRA issue key when committing to a BitBucket Repository?

I see there are plugins for Stash, but I don't see a way to do this in BitBucket. I would like to reqiure that a developer have an open, in progress issue before a commit will be allowed into the repository. How can I accomplish this?

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Although the Commit Policy Plugin currently supports only self-hosted Bitbucket instances, we are ready to port this to the cloud if there is enough interest in that.

Make sure you vote for this feature request to bring it to the top of the back log.

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