Hi, hoping you can help (and that I haven’t missed anything too obvious!)
I’d like to use your REST API to retrieve a list of a user’s projects, including any projects they have been granted access to, but which aren’t within a group.
My use case is wanting separate lists within a UI, for projects belonging to each group (
/groups/:id/projects) and user-owned projects (
/users/:user_id/projects), but we have the edge case where being a Maintainer of a standalone project doesn’t really sit within either. I’d be happy if I could somehow include these in with the user-owned projects, or even in a standalone list.
If I understand correctly, when I use
/users/:user_id/projects it will only return “owned” projects, and can’t include repos they have been granted Maintainer access to for example.
I can instead use
/projects to retrieve all projects a user has access to, then use
min_access_level to reduce the list, but there isn’t a way to distinguish between, for example, being a Maintainer of a project which sits within a group, vs being a Maintainer of a project which the user has been granted access to directly.
I’ve considered manually filtering the full set of results to match what I’d like, but then I wouldn’t be able to make use of your very useful API pagination parameters!
Any help/direction appreciated, Jack