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Third-party application access policy

Anthonny
Hi here,

I proposed to Dan to add a third-party application access policy to the asciidoctor organization.

In my case, i want to login into https://opencollective.com/ with my github account to create a collective for my application HubPress.

Here is the content of the github popup


As you can see, if i authorize, the application opencollective will have access in read an write in public repositories, like i have (ie asciidoctor.js and atom-plugin).

I have added a third-party application access policy to the HubPress organization and as you can see the HubPress organization is protected.

The other solution to protect the organization is to leave it
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Re: Third-party application access policy

mgreau
+1
mgreau.com/posts => HubPress Blog :)
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Re: Third-party application access policy

mojavelinux
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Thanks for bringing this to my attention Anthonny.


I have added a third-party application access policy to the HubPress organization and as you can see the HubPress organization is protected.

I have added a third-party application access policy to the Asciidoctor organization. The policy is as follows (according to the configuration page):

""
Policy: Access restricted 

Only approved applications can access data in this organization. Applications owned by asciidoctor always have access.

As members request access for specific applications, those requests will be listed here for your approval. 
""

I assume the next step is to look for a member request from you to arrive. Correct?

Cheers,

-Dan

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mojavelinux
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Here's a screenshot of the settings page for reference:




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Re: Third-party application access policy

Anthonny
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you're welcome ;)

It looks ok, now i have to request an access if i want a third-party application have access to the asciidoctor's repositories

> I assume the next step is to look for a member request from you to arrive. Correct?

I do not think so because actually i do not have application that needs an access to the asciidoctor's repositories

Thank you Dan!
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