I have been working on a few projects in GEE for the past year. Access to GEE code editor has now been revoked (I've been told that Google wants the US Fish and Wildlife Service to pay to use GEE now). I would like to at least retain the scripts that I've written. In the developers guide it states that "The Scripts manager stores private, shared and example scripts in Git repositories hosted by Google." Is there a way to access personal scripts in the git repository without having to sign into the code editor?
The script repositories that you access from the Earth Engine Code Editor are stored in Google Cloud Source. The can be accessed via a web browser using the following URL pattern:
Script repositories can be cloned locally with Git. For example, to clone your default repository:
git clone https://earthengine.googlesource.com/users/USERNAME/default