How do I generate the GitHub OAuth token for organization accounts?
I have created an organization on GitHub. My organization has some repos. These repos have API documentation that I would like to re-build and publish to gh-pages branch via Travis-CI. In order to give Travis-CI access to my organization’s repos I need to generate an OAuth token, encrypt it, and then add then include the encypted token in the .travis.yml file as follows…
– secure: “lots-of-seemingly-random-characters”
This SO post explains the process and provides the details on how to do this for user accounts. How do I generate the required OAuth token for organization accounts?
That’s not possible currently, you can only create tokens for user accounts since user accounts have permissions associated with them (organizations don’t). So, you’d need to create a token with an account which has access to the repository in question and give that to Travis. You can also create a machine account for that purpose.
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