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Subaccounts is the only functionality today that roughly corresponds to what you are asking. What's the primary use case here? What benefit to a user does limiting they user keys provide?
Are you really just looking for the ability of multiple users to access an application?
On Jun 28, 2013, at 9:05 AM, Diego Spinola Castro <spinolacastro gmail com> wrote:
> Today's ssh key implementation is account scoped, so each uploaded key
> will be able to push/clone at all apps of account. I'm looking for a
> solution where i can define what app a key will able to push/clone.
> Would be subaccounts ? If so, how it works?
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