Access to Probo projects is based on your DVCS user account’s relationship to the source repository.
GitHub Project Access
You have access to Projects for which you are an owner, collaborator, or organization member on the repository.
- owner: You are automatically given the owner role for any repositories you own and any repositories within organizations you own.
- collaborator: You can be added as a collaborator to personal repositories or added as a collaborator to organizations’ repositories.
- organization member: If you are a member of any organizations, you are given this role for each of those organizations’ repositories.
Note: Organizations must allow Probo access in the ‘Third-party access’ settings tab for their repositories to appear in the Probo app.
- You can give specific permissions to the Probo app once you’ve already authorized Probo for your account. Follow the directions at https://help.github.com/articles/requesting-organization-approval-for-oauth-apps/.
- This requirement can also be satisfied by having no third-party access restrictions.
Note: You must have write access in order to receive notifications back from Probo.
Bitbucket Project Access
You have access to Projects for which you are an admin, contributor, or member on the repository.
- admin: You are automatically an admin for any repositories you own and any repositories within teams you own.
- contributor: You are a contributor when your user is given specific access to a repository.
- member: If you are a member of any groups, you are given this role for each of those groups’ repositories.
Note: At this time, you are not able to see forked Bitbucket repositories in Probo.