I wouldn't say this is a particularly simple first Rails issue but since it's yours I think you have the other insight to make it happen.
Basically in the controller we have this defined:
@client = Octokit::Client.
new(access_token: current_user.identities.where(provider: "github").last.token)
Octokit is the GitHub Ruby wrapper. It's been around a long time and is well-supported.
From here with @client, we currently call an octokit method to look up repos to display in the settings area.
@client.repositories.each do |repo|
I imagine to add the org repos, it'll be a matter of finding out what octokit has for that. Maybe they have a flattened way of finding all the repos, but I imagine it could be about sort of traveling up and down the object tree to get them. Hopefully it can be done efficiently.
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