Outdated usage instructions

When creating a new repository on the GitHub website, instructions on how to use it are displayed. These still contain:
git remote add origin https://github.com/renedominik/raman.git
while the password access via https is deprecated. Shouldn’t this be replaced by the ssh key consistent address?
(I hope this is the right forum.)

You can still use HTTPS with a Personal Access Token instead of a password, so unless the instructions say to use a password they should still be good. I assume they default to HTTPS and not SSH because the former doesn’t require users who aren’t already familiar with SSH to set it up.

While I personally prefer ssh keys, based on the feedback from GitHub’s docs folks, it seems like GitHub actually prefers PATs.

Technically a PAT can be more scoped than a user ssh key (although not as scoped as a deploy key).