I'm trying to figure out how to move my organization work over to my private account in a way that my contribution graph will remain even if I leave the organization. (Note that my organization's repositories are private.) From what I've read so far, it sounds like I should 1) Set my primary, verified email as my work email. 2) Get added to the organization and work on repositories. 3) In the event that I leave, a) Delete work email and switch to a verified private email. At this point, the contributions will not appear in the graph. b) Re-add my work email (but do not verify it). At this point, the old contributions associated with that email will appear. I've also read that its necessary to star an organization repository before leaving, but I am not sure how this works if the said repository is private. Also, this article says that the commits will only remain in the contributions graph if "you've opened an issue or pull request in the repository." Can someone shed some like on whether the steps I've outlined above are sufficient, or if the star-ing and/or issue creating are necessary?
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