Today when I tried to login to atom.io on my other computer’s browser I got an oauth screen on github saying that atom is requesting:
Organizations and teams
background: the company I work for has a few github.com organizations that we keep both public and private repos in. I use my github account for:
Personal (public open source + private)
Work (org) (public open source + private)
I don’t want to give atom.io access to this org. Why can’t I opt out? Is there a way?
(Ok, technically it’s run by github so maybe the same people have access to the other stuff anyway for all I know? Let’s put that aside)
Why did they change this?
I have the same issue with travis ci, so I’ve actually never set it up. I thought github made some changes recently to the org security model, but I still don’t see the option in the oauth screen to opt out.
Should I just give up and split my work / personal accounts? Pretty much the only benefit I see for doing this is these 3rd party apps, there are probably several minor cons to doing to this.
(good thing i’m currently auth’d in on this laptop )