After some experimenting with Zapier, I've managed to create a "zap" (i.e. automatic handler) that does the following:
Suppose you're working on a feature which has the following Trello card: https://trello.com/c/NuSGfssX/
You push a commit to Bitbucket, which commit message contains tr(NuSGfssX), e.g.:
hg ci -m "Finished the very important feature tr(...
The easiest way would be to close the duplicates, and cite the original issue.
closing #4 as duplicate, see #2
'closing' and 'see' are keywords that automatically change '#4' and '#2' to links for those issues.
You can do this in a commit message or when you resolve the issue in the Issue Tracker.
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You can now, go to the BitBucket repository and do the following:
Optionally press f to search for the file to delete
With the file open, on the right-hand side of the screen you'll see a small down arrow (next to the edit button), click it and select Delete
BitBucket will ask for an optional commit message, then click Commit
The downside is that ...
If you are the last, remaining user in a team and you want to leave the team, you will need to delete the team:
At the top-right of the BitBucket website, click on your avatar and then click on "Manage account".
Click on the "Account" dropdown menu and click on the team.
Click on "Delete account" menu item on the left.
Not the way you're thinking of at least in GitHub.
What you could try is have two separate repos with their own access list using Organizations and Teams.
When you create teams in GitHub you can also restrict access to certain repositories per team.
So you can set up the following:
dev-repo - Only add and allow access to developers
audit-repo - Only ...
After logging in, head over to Connected accounts & click on Connect next to Google.
Alternatively, at the Login page, if you login with Google, Bitbucket will offer to connect your existing account with the Google account if the email ids are the same.
From the dashboard of being signed in, there will be sub-menus of:
Click on the "Pull requests" navigation menu item and then click on the "Mine" that appears on that page.
You'll see something like the following:
That page will list all of the pull requests you've created on Bitbucket.
If you can't see that as an ...
Hopefully the GitHub approach will work for you, but if not, or if you want to switch to BitBucket, you can do something similar using the BitBucket REST API and the privileges endpoint:
Set up a way for the user to indicate they'd like access to the repository
Write a script or program to call the BitBucket API and grant that user access, in this format:
It's not trivial and most likely Atlassian didn't want this in their bitbucket.org setup. So it seems to be the undocumented feature. But following these steps allows to insert an image from the Internet by its link:
Copy image URL. Let's use https://www.plantuml.com/plantuml/svg/SyfFKj2rKt3CoKnELR1Io4ZDoSa70000 image URL for our test.
Paste image into ...
I don't think they have anything like that. I was also looking for the same some time back but found this.
As per current status it says
We don't have custom issue priorities on the short term roadmap at the current time.
and status is
Instead of the hazardous git rebase -i as proposed by @Stunner, you can just do a local merge with customized message.
git fetch origin refs/pull-requests/123/from
git merge FETCH_HEAD
(git push origin)
Options you can use with git-merge are -e, -m and --no-ff, depending on your desired style.
The accepted answer is old. Right now the next steps required:
Enter to your Team (you should see team's repositories).
You need to select under 'General' label a link 'Team settings'.
Click 'Delete account'