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When creating a new repository, I have to select a project. Why would I need to select a project as the repository name has to be unique to the workspace and not the project?
What is projects used for? The url never includes the project anyway?
I have a project and below this I have repositories for "Documentation", "Backend", "Frontend", "Settings", "Database".
Anther project would have the same - but it is not possible.
Or a MCU project with "Arduino", "ESP32", "STM32". Same app but different processors.
And again - now it is not possible to add repositories with these names to another project.
We use projects as a configuration layer between workspace and repository for branching model and default reviewers. This way repos can inherit the project setting or override it.