Author Archives: Jeff Park

Deployment Keys Now Available on Bitbucket

We’ve received a lot of requests for this feature, and our recent Innovation Week has given us the time to follow through on this request. We’re pleased to introduce Deployment Keys for Bitbucket. Deployment keys allow users to clone/pull source from a repository …

Introducing: Repo Transfers

A couple weeks ago, we launched our new Teams feature to make it easier for our users to collaborate on Bitbucket. Today, we’re happy to introduce Repo Transfers to make it easier to share repositories amongst your team. Repo Transfers allow you to change the ownership …

Around for WWDC? Meet us for a drink-up!

Swing by Bloodhound on Tuesday, June 12 at 6 PM and have a drink with the Bitbucket and SourceTree team! Come talk about Git and Mercurial, and learn how you can use Bitbucket and SourceTree to round out your development suite. Steve Streeting, creator of SourceTree, …

Say Hi at WWDC!

From June 11 – June 15, SourceTree creator Steve Streeting will be at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference. Steve will be taking advantage of his first WWDC and attending as many talks as he can, and he’d love to meet you! Get your questions answered, …

Team Up with Bitbucket

UPDATE: Since we released this feature, we’ve also released a way to transfer your individual repositories to your team. Check out our documentation for full details! It’s finally here! Bitbucket Teams makes it dead simple to create a shared account to consolidate …

Accept Pull Requests and Auto-Close Branches

Does your team use branch-based development to work with one repo? Do your pull requests look like this? Bitbucket has developed a feature that will help you maintain repo cleanliness without the tedious task of closing each branch from the command line. Now when a pull …

Linking Bitbucket and JIRA

Today, we are introducing Bitbucket Links. With Links, you can use issue keys to link to your JIRA issue tracker or Bamboo build server or other development tools you use straight from Bitbucket. Link commits to JIRA simply by referencing issue keys in commit messages Use …

Connect Source to JIRA Issues with the JIRA DVCS Connector

Many Bitbucket users are connecting their Bitbucket source to JIRA issues via the JIRA Bitbucket Connector. Today we are announcing a new and improved way of connecting with the JIRA issue tracker - JIRA DVCS Connector. The JIRA DVCS Connector combines all the features …