I created a new open source project called Rest R Ant. I created that project in Bitbucket. The following are the steps that I followed.
Create Rest R Ant Project
Bitbucket Project allows you to group repositories and to manage permissions for them in an aggregated way.
Here are the steps to create a Bitbucket project.
- Login to Bitbucket.
- Click on Create Project button on the right hand corner.
- Fill project owner, name, description.
- Uncheck Privacy check box if you want to create an Open Source Project.
- Pick an Avatar for the project. You can upload an image and create Avatar from it. I downloaded an image from pixabay.com and used it as an Avatar.
- Click Create Project button.
Create Rest R Ant Engine Repository
Once the project has been created, create a repository as shown below.
- From the confirmation screen of Project creation, click on Create respository button.
- Owner and Project fields are prefilled.
- Enter a Repository name. My repository name is Rest R Ant Engine.
- Uncheck Access level if you want to create an open source repository.
- Inclue a default Readme file. I picked Yes, with a template.
- Pick Version Control. I picked Git.
- Click Advanced Settings.
- Enter some description.
- Click on Check boxes Issue Tracking and Wiki if you want to use base issue tracking and wiki provided by BitBBucket.
- Finally pick language. I will be coding Rest R Ant Engine using Java.
- Click Create Repository button.
- A new repository is successfully created.
Integrate Repository with Trello
BitBucket allows you to integrate a repository with Trello. Using this feature one can create repository branches based on Trello tasks. The following are instructions to link Trello with Bitbucket.
- Login to Trello with your Trello Userid/password.
- Create a new Team called Rest R Ant.
- Logout of Trello.
- Now Login to Bitbucket and go to your repository.
- Click on Boards on the left navigation menu.
- Click on Connect to Trello button.
- Let Bitbucket access your Trello account.
- Click on Create new board button.
- Fill the popup with Rest R Ant Engine as Board name and Rest R Ant as Team and click Create button.
- Set board access such that all repository Write users can access the board.
- Now you can see Trello board from within BitBucket.