It sounds hilarious, but the fact is, that although you install a Gitpod extension to Chrome and are ready to code, you are left dumped due to the fact, that org repositories aren’t accessed by your personal account, which is doomed.
Bear in mind that limits are a casual thing. For example, you set up a repository set in Bitbucket, referring it to SMEs, scaled down from LEs and because of lack of internet at home (blocked by parents specifically to me – laptop and smartphone) (are forced) to use github.com accessible by Gitpod; then you realize, that it’s their fault to leave public repositories open in business orgs, disallowed to access by a personal user (only forked) and ultimately private repositories aren’t imported to a private account from BB because of lack of permissions developed and setup.
The outcome of this fuss is apparent – to advance directly to forking public orgs repositories privately, then gitpoding it from that base step. Otherwise cumulative measures of WW2 will be running out of stock quickly, because seldom random things can happen. You won’t be browsing in late SME project establishment for cloud IDEs and tools/things like that. It’s a clear understanding that a remote work outside private home room is looming, a threat largely.