I have a lot of small personal projects where I have collaborated with various people. More than 5 different people total accross various repositories.
If I were to upgrade to a premium plan, would the number of users I need to pay for be determined by the most number of users on a single repository? Or the total number of unique users accross all my repositories?
For example, consider the following hypothetical repositories:
Would the plan required to host these repositories be considered 6 users, or 8 users?
Aka, $12 or $16?
If a user has access to your reposiotyr (and the repo is not public) they're counted as a member on your team:
"Once you give a user access to a private repository they count as a user for your billing plan. A team or account is a group of users with access to shared projects and repositories."
In your example this would mean 8 users.
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