Is synchronization possible between two different repo?

I tried to synchronize my repo with another friend's repo. I google out and also tried to use "Transfer" option provided by the Bitbucket. But this option will totally transfer code to new source which I don't want.

I too have attached image which will clarify my question.bitbucket_question.jpg

 

So my question, is it possible to Sync Repo1 and Repo 2 automatically when any one of the repo is updated? 

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Nice diagram. :)

Are these Git or Mercurial (Hg) repos? Do either of them have the Bitbucket repository set as a remote (or are they both Bitbucket repositories themselves?)

These are Git repos. Owner A and Owner B has created different Bitbucket Id. Under those Ids, Repo1 and Repo2 repos are created.

As far as I know, there is no way to do this automatically. if you had a user who set up both Bitbucket repos as remotes of the same local repo, he could keep them in sync by pulling/pushing as necessary.

Sounds like you're trying to get around Bitbucket's user limit on free accounts.

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