is there any possibility to create a repository in a Bitbucket project that is "private" a.k.a. not visible for all logged in users and then have a repository within this project that is visible (read/writeable) for all logged in users. Like
What I need is kind of a group like "everybody" or "logged in users".
Thanks for your help,
Hi @Steven Whitman - thanks for your answer. Unfortunately this piece of information is not helping me. I know that I can "add permissions" but only on a per-user or per-group basis. What I need is a group for "all users" that I don't have to maintain, i.e. not add any new users. That is the only practical way at the moment to maintain the permissions in a doable fashion.
I think it depends on how you have your user management configured. Are you integrating with an LDAP server or Active Directory? On our system we have a "Stash Users" group that users have to be in in order to receive Stash licenses, but I don't think that's a built-in feature.
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