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Access permissions on GitHub

With roles, you can control who has access to your accounts and resources on GitHub Enterprise Server and the level of access each person has.

About access permissions on GitHub

Para executar qualquer ação no GitHub, como criar uma solicitação de pull em um repositório ou alterar as configurações de cobrança de uma organização, uma pessoa precisa ter acesso suficiente na conta ou no recurso relevante. Esse acesso é controlado por permissões. Uma permissão é a capacidade de executar uma ação específica. Por exemplo, a capacidade de excluir um problema é uma permissão. Uma função é um conjunto de permissões que você pode atribuir a pessoas ou equipes.

Roles work differently for different types of accounts. For more information about accounts, see "Types of GitHub accounts."

Personal accounts

A repository owned by a personal account has two permission levels: the repository owner and collaborators. For more information, see "Permission levels for a personal account repository."

Organization accounts

Organization members can have owner or member roles. Owners have complete administrative access to your organization. Member is the default role for everyone else. You can manage access permissions for multiple members at a time with teams. For more information, see:

Enterprise accounts

Enterprise owners have ultimate power over the enterprise account and can take every action in the enterprise account. Billing managers can manage your enterprise account's billing settings. Members and outside collaborators of organizations owned by your enterprise account are automatically members of the enterprise account, although they have no access to the enterprise account itself or its settings. For more information, see "Roles in an enterprise."

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