Activating Early access should propagate to application


I wanted to use the GraphQL API for my application so, for testing using my own Github user, I activated the early access program. But I was surprised to not being able to use this API for other API tokens (ie other users) on my own application.

As it is an API stuff, it should be related to the application/the owner of the application, not the end user of this application (it makes no sense to ask each user of our application to activate the github-early-access program).

What do you think about that?


It is even more problematic now that I figured that the GraphQL endpoint only allows 200 queries by hour. Hard to retrieve all reviews for a big repository, for example.


It seems that now all users of my app have graphql enabled (automatically), so this can be closed as it’s not relevant anymore (for me).