Author Archives: Jesper Noehr

New SSH Keys REST API

For an upcoming integration we are working on, we have added a new SSH Keys REST endpoint that allows you to add, remove, and query for a list SSH keys associated with your account. If you have not already, we highly recommend setting up a SSH key to push and pull from …

March Changelog

Improvements Compare view now shows a diff between forks AppHarbor integration Repository forks revamp Refreshed user profiles Added support for designating a primary email address Individuals can now remove themselves as readers/writers/admins to repositories they have …

Free unlimited user source code hosting for university students

We’ve had a number of requests from students and professors asking for additional users to collaborate on their university programming projects and courses. We remember what it’s like trying to save every penny you can during university and we want to help! This …

Great Article about Fork/Pull on TechRepublic

Chad Perrin just posted a great article over on TechRepublic about using Bitbucket’s fork & pull request features to encourage collaboration on both open-source and closed-source project. Bitbucket provides all the tools you need to make it trivially easy to access, …

Repository forks revamp

The screen displaying a repository’s forks and queues was, for as long as I can recall, something of an untamed wilderness. Every couple of weeks someone would bring it to my attention; as other sections of the site were reworked, its neglect become impossible to ignore. Thankfully, …

AppHarbor now integrates with Bitbucket

A few weeks ago AppHarbor and Bitbucket met up for a few beers to see how we could address requests from the community for Mercurial integration. We’re happy to announce that AppHarbor now integrates with Bitbucket! AppHarbor is a cloud service that competes with Microsoft …

Bitbucket is heading to PyCon 2011!

Four Bitbucketeers will be in the house at PyCon 2011 in Atlanta, starting tomorrow! Bitbucket is proud to be a sponsor this year, and we’ll have a booth in the Expo Hall on Friday and Saturday. The four team members attending are: Charles McLaughlin Mehmet Catalbas Jonathan …

Rapportive now with Bitbucket integration

Rapportive is a plugin for using with Gmail — it adds a small panel to the right when you open any email, with information about the sender. It consequently also looks the sender up on various social networking sites, such as Facebook and LinkedIn. As of today, it …

Compare view v2.0 – diff between forks

Three weeks ago we introduced the “compare view” feature, which enables you to visualize the changesets that are different between two forks. Compare view works for both incoming and outgoing changesets between a forked repository and it’s parent. We’ve …

Refreshed user profiles

We’ve applied fresh coat of paint to the user profile pages. The new layout makes it easier to grok a user’s activity stream, repository listing and contact details. …