We’re making some changes to Google Storage for Developers to make
team-based development easier. As part of this work, we are
introducing a concept of a project. In preparation for this feature,
we will be creating projects for every user and migrating their
buckets to it.
What does this mean for you?
Everything will continue to work as it always has. However, you will
notice that if you perform a get-acl operation on any of your buckets,
you will see extra ACL entries. These entries correspond to project
groups. Each group has only one member - the person who owned the
buckets before the bucket migration; no additional rights have been
granted to any of your buckets or objects. You should preserve these
new ACL grants if you modify bucket ACLs.
An example entry for a modified ACL would look like this:
<?xml version="1.0" ?>
We’ll be rolling out these changes over the next few days, and will
post here when the migration is complete. Stay tuned for more
information on this feature soon.
Navneet for the Google Storage team.