We have a GitHub Team Organization that is free due to our non-profit status. Here’s a list of features in GitHub Team status.
We may need to re-apply for membership for this each year.
@2i2c-team. For every staff member and key collaborator of 2i2c. It should provide access to all private 2i2c repositories.
In addition, there are several sub-teams underneath
2i2c Team, grouped by topic area. Team members are added to one of these teams, and inherit
2i2c Teamstatus from this.
@collaborators. For external collaborators that we would like to officially list in a team. For example, if we want to quickly
@mentiona group of people or control fine-grained permissions of repositories.
This team does not come with any special repository permissions on its own.
Some individuals have
administrator access to our GitHub organization.
This allows them full control over the organization and its settings (including destructive actions).
We currently do not have a policy for who has administrator access, so ask around if you believe that you need it. We will define a policy for access in the future.
@2i2c-team have access to all 2i2c repositories, including private repositories.
For non-members of this team, access is granted on a repository-by-repository basis.
We do not have a policy for who may access repositories, so use your best judgment.