I’m an administrator for an organization (call it ‘foo’) that has a few hundred repositories.
I frequently get emails from Github like this:
Subject: [GitHub] A new public key was added to foo/bar
Body: The following SSH key was added to the foo/bar repository by baz:
If you believe this key was added in error, you can remove the key and disable
access at the following location: (snip)
Upon investigation, I think these are actually deploy keys being added. I’m not sure why the email doesn’t include the words “deploy key” anywhere, but whatever.
I don’t care whether deploy keys are added to individual repos, is there any way to stop these notifications? Note that while I’m part of the foo organization, I’m not specifically a member of or watching the bar repo.