Sharing your code and collaborating with other people is what is all about. Bitbucket makes it easy by providing a simple yet powerful access control system. You can choose whether your repository is private or public. Using Bitbucket's Access Control Lists (ACLs), you can specify the read and write access to your repository.
- If you have a private repository, you may for example invite your friends and colleagues to view your code by giving them read access, or invite them to contribute changes by giving them write access.
- If your repository is public, you may individually provide write access to whomever you want. This is useful for open source projects where you do not mind everybody having access to read the files, but only want to allow write access to your team.
Read more about Bitbucket permissions.