FriendFeed service management
You can add a FriendFeed service to Bitbucket. Bitbucket will post information to FriendFeed as a feed when your project is updated. If you are having trouble with the service, see Troubleshoot Bitbucket services.
Choosing the Format of the FriendFeed Update
The default format is:
You can change the template to suit your own needs. The fields correspond directly to how the payload is delivered. For a description of the payload, see our guide to writing brokers.
The commit message will be feed's first comment on FriendFeed.
There is also a shortcut for creating a TinyURL to the commit, but note that FriendFeed trims links by default anyway:
Setting Up the service
You must have administrative access on a repository to add this service.
- Go to the repository's settings.
- Click Services in the left-hand navigation.
The Services page appears.
- Select the FriendFeed service from the services dropdown.
- Click Add service.
A new section appears for the FriendFeed service.
Enter the following information:
Format This is the format of the message sent to FriendFeed. Use the default value or change the template to suit your needs, as described above. Remote Key You can find your remote key at friendfeed.com/remotekey. Username Enter your FriendFeed username.
- Press Save.
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