Hidden Project within a Group
We have full-time developers working for us that should have, per default, access to all of our repositores, so I added them all as members to the group. Now out of regulatory purposes, we need to host a project that only specific people within the group have access to. I thought I could do that (as owner of the group), by just creating a (private) project, then go to members of that project and remove other Developers and potentially even Masters (we only have Owners and Developers right now, but might also have Masters at some point).
I even tried to create a subgroup, but the same issue there. I guess the only workaround right now ((haven't tested as that does not seem quite ideal) would be to create two subgroups and manage the members of those separately.
Allow Owners to remove members of a group from a specific project, or allow them to create 'Hidden Projects' where they can at creation already select specific members of the group they want to give access.
Links / references
Edit: The only thing I found is this setting as per screenshot. But not sure what it does. Does it remove visibility to the project for everyone but me?