Apologies if I will be unclear in my explanation, but I am not yet abreast with the source control stuff.
So far I have always worked on my own on a project; a friend of mine is now joined.
I've created a branch from him, but I am not sure how I can setup permissions in a way he can read-write only on his branch (assuming this is possible) thus leaving me the control to "merge" the code once approved.
Is this possible in BitBucket?
As mentioned by Seth, we recommend that you do this at Bitbucket, as described in https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/BITBUCKET/Branch+management. This will allow you to prevent your team-mate from pushing to specified branches and instead require her to file a Pull Request to ask you to merge her code.
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