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GitHub my own projects are there but not those which I contribute

After connecting to GitHub I see my own projects that I'm hosting there but not those where I'm contributing to as team member. What to do?

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Feb 04, 2019


Can I ask what version of Sourcetree you are running and also a little more detail on your relationship with the other repositories.

Are they part of an organization you are a member of or are they just standalone repositories you contribute to?


Thank you for answering. I'm a private person, and the other repositories belong to a company that has invited me to contribute to their work. So I'm a team member in their repository. 

I'm using a Mac OSX 10.13.6

The sourcetree version is 3.0.1 (205)

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