You can convert a member of an organization to an outside collaborator. For more information about outside collaborators, see "Adding outside collaborators to repositories in your organization."
Converting an organization member to an outside collaborator may be restricted. For more information, see "Enforcing repository management policies in your enterprise."
外部コラボレーターをプライベート リポジトリに追加すると、有料ライセンスのいずれかが使用されます。 詳細については、「企業の支払いについて」を参照してください。 リポジトリに外部コラボレータを追加する際には、アクセスしてもらうリポジトリ内のフォークにもそのコラボレータを追加しなければなりません。
After converting an organization member to an outside collaborator, they'll only have access to the repositories that their current team membership allows. The person will no longer be an explicit member of the organization, and will no longer be able to:
- Create teams
- See all organization members and teams
- @mention any visible team
- Be a team maintainer
For more information, see "Roles in an organization."
We recommend reviewing the organization member's access to repositories to ensure their access is as you expect. For more information, see "Managing an individual's access to an organization repository."
When you convert an organization member to an outside collaborator, their privileges as organization members are saved for three months so that you can restore their membership privileges if you add them back to your organization within that time frame. For more information, see "Reinstating a former member of your organization."
Note: You may not be able to convert an organization member to an outside collaborator, if an organization owner or enterprise owner has restricted your ability to add outside collaborators.
- GitHub Enterprise Server の右上隅にあるプロファイル写真をクリックし、 [自分の Organization] をクリックします。
- Organization 名の下で、 [People] をクリックします。
- Select the person or people you'd like to convert to outside collaborators.
- Above the list of members, use the drop-down menu and click Convert to outside collaborator.
- Read the information about converting members to outside collaborators, then click Convert to outside collaborator.