I am hosting a class and asking students to add me as collaborator. It would be great if this feature is implemented so I'll be able to save a lot of time clicking each individual invitation!
I'm assuming this is a technical limitation. As I hope that Github doesnt really expect users to fish through emails to get invites out, especially when a new user is added to 20 repos at the same time. i.e start to work at new company ,etc.
On what planet does "There is no current solution" work as a "solution"? I am amazed that this is not a feature. I have over 100 students, and while I use Github classroom for many assignments, I do periodically have to give an assignment where they add me as a collaborator. It is ridiculous for me to have to spend the time clicking 100 emails every time I give an assignment.
Bumping this one up one more time. Seriously guys, this can't be a tough issue to solve. And if there isn't a feature to remind people that they have been invited and open invites are just sitting there, it should at least notify a logged in user.
What's the big deal?
This sort of notification needs to be centralized and perhaps sent out on a non annoying cadence for the contributor in question.
I just found out today that I was invited to a repo months ago and I had no idea.
The only way I saw it was by going to the repo and noting the banner on top that said I was invited to it.
Is GitHub working on a solution? I know that's already been asked before, but I didn't see a response. I'm together with all the people waiting on a solution. Please clue me in if I'm in the dark here. Thanks