- You can follow these steps to delete forks that belong to you as well. Deleting a forked repository doesn't delete the upstream repository.
- Only members with owner privileges for an organization or admin privileges for a repository can delete an organization repository. For more information, see "Repository permission levels for an organization."
Warning: These steps will permanently delete the repository, wiki, issues, and comments. This action cannot be undone.
Please also keep in mind that:
- Deleting a private repository will delete all of its forks.
- Deleting a public repository will not delete its forks.
- Deleting all of your private repositories will not downgrade your account to free.
On GitHub, navigate to the main page of the repository.
Under your repository name, click Settings.
Under Danger Zone, click Delete this repository.
- Read the warnings.
- To verify that you're deleting the correct repository, type the name of the repository you want to delete.
- Click I understand the consequences, delete this repository.