Collaborators on a personal repository can access (pull) the repository's contents and submit (write) changes to it. Note that repository owners can only allow contributors write access in a private repository.
You can add an unlimited number of contributors to public and private repositories if you use GitHub Free. Organization-owned repositories can provide more granular access. See "GitHub access permissions" for further details. Pending invites will expire after 7 days, reinstating any licences that have not been claimed.
Teams are groupings of organisation members that reflect the structure of your company or group, with access permissions and mentions that cascade down.
Select People from the drop-down menu next to your company's name. Invite a member from the People tab. Click Invite after entering the login, full name, or email address of the person you wish to invite.
According to my understanding, a user with read-only access to a private repository should be marked as a collaborator. A collaborator, but not a contributor, is someone who has access to a repository but hasn't made any commits with any of the email addresses linked with their github account.
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