Do Free Accounts have Account-Secrests (versus Repo only Secrets)?

:wave:t2: G’Day awesome people!

I have a free GH account (side note: I am part of some other, paid organizations though).

A lot of my OSS repo’s end up having the same secret(s) in them: for example, package management secrets like NuGet or NPM etc…

Is there a way for people to just enter this -once- and any of our repo’s can use/get access to these ‘common’ secret(s) ?

TLDR;

Not for a free personal account.
Yes for a free organisation account

Personally, I would be questioning the validity of the secrets which are shared across multiple projects. They cease to be secrets worth having at that point.

@bill-richards thanks heaps Bill for the answers and links - really appreciate it.

Oh! I forgot to ask → what about if we have a paid GH account? Or is it more linked to Orgs than Personal Accounts?

Read the links that I so helpfully provided for you

Thanks @bill-richards ! I’ll re-read them again.

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:wave:t2: G’Day awesome people!

I have a free GH account (side note: I am part of some other, paid organizations though).

A lot of my OSS repo’s end up having the same secret(s) in them: for example, package management secrets like NuGet or NPM etc…

Is there a way for people to just enter this -once- and any of our repo’s can use/get access to these ‘common’ secret(s) ?
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