However I talked with a friend who said why bother linking Trello and BitBucket? To mark off cards when Commit? Seems nice but is the automation worth it? Is that worth it or is a manual process better anyway?
For those of you interested in this feature. I created a nodejs plugin that does a post-commit post to Trello using their API. This doesn't work as great as a true bitbucket integration because it uses the last commit hash so if you're merging different branches, then you will always have to track down the commit hash specific to the original commit but otherwise it works great. Please leave any feedback or questions in the repo:
Given the brittle nature of our broker plugin system we will not be accepting new plugins using the broker system. Our recommendation is that vendors integrate with Bitbucket using the POST service. I know this issue has been open for a while now, however rather than keep the issue open without hope or and update we've opted to give an honest answer.
Justen Stepka - Surely the interest in this kind of thing shows that the broker system is a wanted feature and just needs stabilising - a strong and growing broker system is kind-of-a key feature in a world of continuous integration
For all of you that +1'ed this issue, I wanted to share a little node.js server app I wrote that will allow you to push commits from Bitbucket to Trello using the POST hook. It requires you run a server, and I'm using a free Azure Website to run mine.