Print all git repos from a user

curl -s "<username>/repos?per_page=1000" | python <(echo "import json,sys;v=json.load(sys.stdin);for i in v:; print(i['git_url']);" | tr ';' '\n')
Python is installed on many boxes (in case you could not afford installing jq).

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