I’m planning to turn our account into an organization. I have read the docs on https://help.github.com/en/github/setting-up-and-managing-your-github-user-account/converting-a-user-into-an-organization but following things are not 100% clear yet
- The docs says SSH keys of the account will be removed. I assume this includes SSH keys created in user settings > “SSH and GPG keys”? Is this correct? Does this also include any SSH keys created by the user in specific repositories, in Repository > Settings > 'Deploy keys"?
What approach do you recommend to keep the keys live? Create new SSH keys under another user?
We are a team of 5 developers. Our hosting provider currently has access to some of our repositories. These are 5 extra people or collaborators. How much will Github charge us per month?
Additional question to above: our hosting provider already has an organization. Can we add their organization as a collaborator to some of the repositories? If yes, what impact does this have on our billing?
To which account will the repositories be transferred? Will they stay on the account that has been transformed to an organization or be transformed to another account?
Does my team need to update remote repository urls after organization transform? Like is recommended in https://help.github.com/en/github/setting-up-and-managing-your-github-user-account/changing-your-github-username#repository-references
Thanks in advance