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Tom Coudyzer07:06:21

Probably just me but tried to fill out the form on however nothing happens, no error message either... Any idea what I am missing?:thinking_face:

Anne-Christa Strik07:06:08

Hi @tom521 ๐Ÿ‘‹ - Christa from GitHub here. Just noticed it myself, looking into it!

Anne-Christa Strik07:06:08

Hi @tom521 ๐Ÿ‘‹ - Christa from GitHub here. Just noticed it myself, looking into it!

Tom Coudyzer07:06:04

Hi @annechrista, no worries, just confirms itโ€™s not me and Iโ€™m fully awake ๐Ÿ˜‰


you made it! woot!

Anne-Christa Strik07:06:45

Morning All ๐Ÿ‘‹:skin-tone-3: ! Welcome to the GitHub Slack Channel - we are look forward to chatting to you all. Pls find below some useful links and info for the upcoming days: โ€ข โ€ข - password: GitHub โ€ข - Thursday 25 June - 13:20 BST โ€ข Schedule for talks taking place in our Zoom Chat ๐Ÿ‘‡


lol @jeff.gallimore i saw that!


thanks for the help ๐Ÿ˜ƒ


fastest delete i've ever seen tho


If anyone joining our booth has trouble with audio or anything else, let us know!

Anne-Christa Strik09:06:19

Be sure to tune in for the talk at 11:00 BST about Automating your Software Development Process by @brent939. Pls join us in our (password: GitHub)


thanks everyone!

Martin Woodward11:06:01

๐Ÿ‘‹ - Hey folks. @divineops and I will be coming up in #ask-the-speaker-track-3 in 1 hour talking about Microsoftโ€™s Journey to Open Source. Weโ€™ll be hanging out in here straight after the talk if you want to chat more.

Anne-Christa Strik12:06:01

Hi all <!here> - be sure to join @martinwoodward & @divineops session soon on Microsoftโ€™s journey to Open Source ( Ask any question to them here in the chat or in our (password: GitHub)

Rui Melo14:06:44

Loved to see a familiar face today @martinwoodward ๐Ÿ™‚ Congrats to you and @divineops on a great session!

Jesse Cafarelli15:06:35

hey, not sure if anyone asked this yet or if you guys have a way to do this yet, but I wished there was a way to do sub-organziations with github enterprise, and through the ui it would almost act like folders or containers. so if my company name was jesse, and I had sub orgs of backend, frontend, and operations, I could set it up so it would be something like


and then have settings like anyone in jesse would have read across all orgs except backend, and if they are apart of frontend they would have read/write. things like that. it would make organization of repos when you have upwards of 100 of them a lot easier to parse if they were in buckets


Hi @jesse.cafarelli, is this mainly for visibility/finding repos or about controlling access to them?

Jesse Cafarelli15:06:25

I guess a little of both?

Jesse Cafarelli15:06:00

but it would be a big help just from a finding a repo standpoint


Couple of options here. There is no option to have "sub-orgs" or "hierarchical repos/repo folders". With Enterprise Cloud you can have multiple Orgs under and Enterprise Account (including Internal repos which are visible to all org members under the enterprise)


If all in a single Org, then a combo of Teams and repo should help with visibility and access.

Sofie Hoeg17:06:27

๐Ÿ‘‹ The GitHub team is signing off Zoom for today. See y'all tomorrow and for a deep dive on GitHub Codepaces at 11 am BST with @martinwoodward and GitHub Advanced Security at 4pm BST with @divineops ๐Ÿš€