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I am one of the lead developers on a couple of packages on GitHub, but these are under GitHub organizations that I belong to rather than directly under my username. Is there an easy way for me to add these to my profile on careers.stackoverflow.com? Or is the only way to create a fork of those projects under my username on GitHub?

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Hi, we've added this to the GitHub import screen, please try it out. Thanks!

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    I've tried to add an organizational link but don't see any options on the GitHub import screen to add a reference. What should I be looking for? – Paul Alexander Jun 16 '11 at 22:07
  • Same here. All I see are the public repos attached to my account. – Dave Whittaker Oct 12 '11 at 15:44
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    @Dave +1 I have no such option either (and if I try to add them using the "other projects" link, it refuses and says to use the Github import instead [which makes sense]). – wildpeaks Nov 14 '11 at 9:48
  • Same here as well. I have a single, embryonic project, but it's a group project. I want to link it, but can't yet. Soon, please! – Michael Scott Shappe Nov 29 '11 at 17:46
  • Not there for me either! Can't be hard to implement... – jrtc27 Jan 14 '12 at 18:56
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    NOTE: You need to make sure you are a "publicized" member of the organization on GitHub. You are not a Public member by default, it seems. Then the repos appear and you can add them. Cheers – thaddeusmt Apr 19 '12 at 14:13
  • @thaddeusmt Correct. The Github API won’t tell us about non-publicized members. – Matt Sherman Apr 19 '12 at 23:59
  • @MattSherman Note there seems to be a bug where URLs with a trailing slash don't get accepted (for example https://github.com/TypeStrong/grunt-ts/), but if the trailing slash is eliminated, it works. – NYCdotNet Jun 21 '15 at 0:52

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