This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Storage policy for Git LFS Beta with Bitbucket
Basically I wanted to know that. I make games, and using it for 3D files might be really useful, but generally 5gb it's not much in 3D.
Eahm... Sorry but I feel this question was not answered and I have the same question. I realize that the LFS storage is based on the user plan but is this per repo or for all repos?
We have a lot of repos we would like to move, and we would like to move to BitBucket. We would like to go for the 25 User plan, but 12,5 GB will probably not be enough if that 12,5 GB is for all our repos.
So again... are the limits per repo - or for all repos?
We're a small 2-man game dev team and the current limitations for the 1 - 5 user plan is too stringent for LFS to be of any use to us sadly.
We can't even upload a 2GB library of smaller 3D assets.
I really hope these limitations are increased when the Git LFS goes GA. I'm also hoping that the limits are applied per repo
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