I just got an email from the Github education pack that Sentry is now included. I'm already using Sentry for some project and would like to make use of the offer by Github Education. While claiming the pack Sentry verifies that you actually have the pack by asking access to your Github account, which I understand, but it asks for way too much permissions in my opinion: read and write for public and private repositories, plus the same access for all organizations.
Could anyone explain why it needs these permissions? Even though I trust Sentry, I would not like to give these permissions.