SSH keys are perfect when you control the private key. But sometimes you have to use that as a way to enable other systems to talk to bitbucket.
For example, if I want to use codenvy or devtable, i would have to upload a private key there, and a public key to bitbucket, so the tool can checkout code and commit for me.
But of course, i only want the tool (and its developers) to access the public repo i intend to use the tool on. Not my private repos.
My work around is to create a 'headless user' for the tool, upload the public key there, and give full permissions to it on the public repo i onw. But it would be easier for me and generate less useless accounts on bitbucket (not to mention prevent me from crossing some line in the UELA of the service) if i could restrict keys to repositories.
I know it sound like a feature request, and it probably is, but posting here in case there is a way to do that that i am overlooking.
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