What should be stored in Bitbucket wiki vs Confluence software project wiki

We have Bitbucket for a while now and storing development team info in its wiki, but have just recently started with Confluence including a Confluence Software Project space (linked to a Jira Software Project).

Now that we have a Confluence Software Project space, I am uncertain should we move our existing Bitbucket wiki material into it?

When software teams use both these products, is there any standard practice or guidance for what material should be stored in a Bitbucket wiki vs Confluence Software Project space?

Do software teams normally keep all material in the Confluence Software Project space? Or some logical split of material between the two wikis? Maybe all code related material in BitBucket and Project Management material in the Confluence Software Project space? What is the recommended or normal practice?

For example, into which wiki should you store a "How to set up your development environment" guide?

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Sorry, I should also mention the Confluence Documentation space can apparently be used for managing technical documentation. So what should be kept in the BitBucket wiki?

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