Every time I push to a Bitbucket repository I get the message:
remote: bb/acl: <username> is allowed. accepted payload.
This is all well and good, giving pointless feedback and all, but it doesn't respect git's "-q" flag. Using the "-q" flag when pushing should only cause terminal output on error/failure but when pushing to Bitbucket, this silly message always appears.
Is there no way to silence it or make it respect the "-q" flag?
For an idea of why this is not just nitpicking, consider this shell alias:
alias gpa='git push -q bitbucket master & git push -q bitbucket-competitor master &'
Besides job control output, the only other output this produces is Bitbucket's silly message. If I open certain ncurses programs during said silly message, it interferes with the display.
"bitbucket-competitor" (GitHub®) doesn't do this.