I thought that NOT making a project private, meant it was public, and that therefore anyone can pull from it. however I just created a project and no one can pull from it unless i add their keys. why is this? i just want anyone to be able to pull.
i followed the instructions online here: https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucketserver/allowing-public-access-to-code-776639799.html which say this:
"Go to the repository and click Settings, then Repository (under 'Permissions'). Check Enable (under 'Public Access') to allow users without a Bitbucket Server account to clone and browse the repository."
I cannot find a "Permissions" section in Repository. Under Access Level, Private is unchecked.
this is the project:
Hi David, I've checked your repo and I can see it's public. I've also tried reproducing your issue and I've been able to clone your repo both using HTTPS and SSH.
As a side note, the article you linked talks about Bitbucket Server, while your account is on Bitbucket Cloud. Some features/options might not be the same, but everybody should be able to pull a public repo anyway.
Can you try again and see if you're still getting errors? If so, can you post a screenshot?
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