Hello, I have the following scenario:
a) Private repository exists on my Github account
b) It is later deployed to client’s Netlify account (authorized via Netlify API token) with identity enabled and client invited
c) Git Gateway created using my GitHub API access token in order to give client access to my repository via Netlify
As soon as client accepts the invite and logs in, Netlify identity widget (Netlify CMS actually) fails with error:
Problem fetching repo data from Git Gateway GitHubAPI.js:44:16
API_ERROR: “Not Found”
A workaround that works: as soon as I add client’s Github account as a collaborator to my private repository, client can access my Github and use Netlify CMS.
I don’t understand why this happens and why the workaround works. Haven’t I already authorized client by prividing my GitHub API access token in client’s Git Gateway? How can I grant access (via Git Gateway) for a client who is not using Github at all?