Permissions required to allow user to add repositories to FishEye Crucible

It appears documentation says you must be a Crucible / FishEye Administrator to be able to add new repositories (say from Stash).  Is there a way (or plans) to not require only Crucible Administrators to have this ability?  We'd like to give some people access to add a repo (since its so easy in Stash) without having to give them full FE/CRU admin access.  Thanks!

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There's plugin released by Atlassian Labs, which you could try out 

https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.atlassian.fecru.plugins.fecru-repoquickadd-plugin 

Cheers

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Hi David, did you try this plugin?

https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.atlassian.fecru.plugins.fecru-repoquickadd-plugin

Although it's a 'Labs' version, i.e. with no official technical support, it works quite fine - we do use it on a daily basis in our FishEye / Crucible team.

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