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I'm creating my first ever project in Launchpad and have read the docs about project series but I am still a bit confused.

Originally I thought that a project would 'own' branches of code. But, when viewing the 'Configure project branch' page, it appears that this is not possible. The closest thing you get is 'associating' a series to a branch of code that is owned by a team or a person.

So, am I correct in thinking that a 'project' cannot directly 'own a code branch'?

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Yeah, a branch has to be owned by a team or a person.

Often a project has a team associated with it ("foo-dev") which then owns the branch.

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Thanks again for your answer. – JW. Nov 8 '11 at 9:33

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