i have a bare git repository on an external server you access via SSH.
What I would want to do now is limiting access for some users to a
specific branch in this repository. Is this somehow possible?

If this is not possible directly however (what I suppose), can you
link several git repos together easily? What I have in mind is
creating a new repository which only holds the branches I want the
other users having access to. Then I would link my original repository
to this one as well as another newly created repo where the new users
have full acces to. Sounds complicated. So this is what it looks like
in my mind:


So all the repositories in {} would be new ones and in [] are the
already existing ones. Would this work as I wanted it to?

thanks a lot,

Dennis Schmidt

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