Author Archives: Jesper Noehr

Introducing groups

Yesterday we rolled out an new way to better manage your teams through the use of groups. Here’s what the group feature gives you: create unlimited custom groups names that can be assigned access to a repository with read, write or admin access groups can be configured …

Coding by Numbers podcast interview

A few weeks ago we sat down for an interview for the podcast Coding By Numbers. During the course of the interview we chat about the origins of Bitbucket, DVCS, the Atlassian acquisition and our work culture. …

Iteration 1105 — Incoming!

Visualize the changes between forked repositories One of the reasons DVCS is awesome is because it makes forking cheap and easy. The Bitbucket team ends up forking repositories almost every day – to work on new features, experiments, bugs fixes, or investigations. …

Now hiring a graphic designer, inquire within

Bitbucket is looking for a user interface graphic designer to help us revolutionize source control hosting. If you know of someone who you think would be great fit, pass the word along and you could end up with a free holiday paid for by Atlassian. Not a graphics designer? …

Iteration 1102 – support for Pivotal Tracker

Paul Okopny has been kind enough to write a new broker that integrates Pivotal Tracker with Bitbucket. Brokers are Python scripts that execute when a commits occur. For example, there is a broker for posting to Twitter, and another for posting the commit details to a custom …

Iteration 1102 – support for Pivotal Tracker

Paul Okopny has been kind enough to write a new broker that integrates Pivotal Tracker with Bitbucket. Brokers are Python scripts that execute when a commits occur. For example, there is a broker for posting to Twitter, and another for posting the commit details to a custom …

Upcoming “confirm your email address” email

We shared in our last blog that you can now manage repository access control simply by using an email address of a friend or colleague. When searching for users to share with, for security reasons Bitbucket will now only show you results containing verified email addresses. …

Upcoming "confirm your email address" email

We shared in our last blog that you can now manage repository access control simply by using an email address of a friend or colleague. When searching for users to share with, for security reasons Bitbucket will now only show you results containing verified email addresses. …

Email addresses become first class citizens

With this week’s release of Bitbucket, we’re giving you a new account feature: the ability to register and validate multiple email addresses. We think this feature is great because you can now share your repositories with other users simply by using their email …

End of year bug fixes – Happy Holidays everyone!

It’s a short week for us as our team is gearing up for the holiday break. Until the New Year, here’s the final list of changes for 2010: Improvements: Bitbucket now uses secure cookies for authenticated sessions. Custom hostnames will continue to allow non-secure …