Issue #2758 resolved

Pull requests should always include URLs to both repos (BB-1633)

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We have hosted several repositories under several accounts on Bitbucket. That works really well. Now people start to fork some of our repositories and make changes. Yeah!

Unfortunately, when they send pull requests, we sometimes get mails that only say 'Hey, i fixed an bug.'. When those committers remove the default text for pull requests, we have no clue what repository they are talking about. The link to doesn't help either.

I would suggest that the pull requests always include both the fork and the target repository. That would make it much easier to find/compare the repos and pull the changes (currently, we have to find the fork ourselves, before we can even get a diff about what's going on).