Github Repository visibility

Upon downgrading the subscription plan, the Github repo is supposed to become public, am I able to delete it before it happens since the code was already downloaded?

@Crowdbotics_Dan – could you advise on how we can expunge a git repository entirely?

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To remove all code and commit history from Github do the following:

  1. Create an empty directory on your computer and change to it.
  2. Run git init to create a new git repo.
  3. Create an empty file (eg touch README).
  4. Add the file to the repo: git commit -am "Initial commit"
  5. Add your Github repo as the origin branch using git remote add origin{your-repo-name}
  6. Then use git push -f origin master to overwrite the Github repository.

If you’re unable to do this let us know.

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