How to npm install a private github repo from my own organization?

I am a member of an organization on Github and am trying to set up a automated build process on Docker Hub for one of my repos – say module foo.

In my package.json for foo, I have a dependency on a module, say bar, that is also a repo of the same organization on Github that I need to pull.

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  • All these repos are private.

    I am confused on how to set this up. I do not want to change the SSH settings of my user account, since I do not want other users of the organization to be able to access my other personal private repos.

    The other option is to set up deploy keys, but how do I do this for Docker Hub machine that is doing the build?

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