Originally I created a organization repo that contains the code I show in class. I create a new directory there for each class meeting. Recently, I turned the organization into a classroom to have students work on group assignments. I have created the first group assignment and GitHub Classroom said “The GitHub “Default repository permission” must be set to “None” to ensure full privacy of group assignment repositories,” which I did since I did not want the student groups to be able to view each others’ code.
The problem is that this seems to be preventing students from viewing the lecture code repo. I want the lecture code repo only viewable to organization members. When I look at the visibility settings, there seems to only be private and public options. My understanding is that public will allow anyone to view it, including those not in the organization. So how can I set it to allow only the students to view it?