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Issue #559 resolved

the name/existence of private clones seem to be visible to everyone

Fredrik Lundh
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I just created a private fork of a public repository, and it looks as if the fork is visible for others than myself (not the contents, but the fact that it exists, and its name and description). To see it, go to:

http://bitbucket.org/effbot/pil-2009-raclette/

and click Forks/Queues.

Not that it matters much in this case, but I would expect private repositories to be truly private.

Cheers /F

Comments (5)

  1. Eirik Stavem
    • changed status to open

    How about this: we still let the count of forks include private repos, but in the forks/patch queues-page, we only show public ones and somewhere on the page write "There are X private forks/patch queues for this repository", or something like that.

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