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Re: Bitbucket repository request for apps.odoo.comby
You can host your git repository as privately on bit bucket. Also you can register that on apps.odoo.com
you just need to register the ssh public key for odoo online from the settings/Deployment Keys.
On 15 August 2015 at 04:47, Daniel Blanco <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Quedo atento a sus comentarios. Saludos:Ing. Daniel BlancoDirectorBlanco Martín & AsociadosSkype: hdanielbTwitter: hdanielbChile:Blanco Martín EIRLApoquindo 6410 Of 212Las Condes - Región MetropolitanaArgentina:BMyA S.A.Nicasio 6970. CórdobaArgüello - Córdoba2015-08-14 19:43 GMT-03:00 Mouad HAMRI <email@example.com>:
+1Le 14 août 2015 22:48, Daniel Blanco <firstname.lastname@example.org> a écrit :But private repositories on Github are not free. Since I don't know what will be going on with the validation or testing of sold addons, it would be desirable to have the option to add repositories from bitbucket for example, since you can have some private repos free of charge.This is just a test for me, and to validate if it is possible to get some passive income for our work.Recently I've added a Github open repository to apps.odoo.com and it works OK.There is an option to add private Github repositories, giving Odoo permissions to see them including its private key, in order to publish addons, and with an option to define a price.If you charge your addons with just a few euros, probably the Github recurrent price would eat this income, or worst...Wouldn't be easy for Odoo to support Bitbucket repositories also in its Loempia implementation? The only change is an url.