Hey Replit Community,
I wanted to bring up something important about the recent update in the Replit Hacker plan. It caught my attention that a storage limit has been introduced, which affects users like me who have a bunch of repls and storage needs that exceed the imposed limit.
As an active member of the Replit community, I currently have over 1000 repls occupying around 150 GB of storage. Sadly, the new limit is set at a mere 20 GB, and this has got me concerned about potential data loss and the risk of losing all my repls.
I get it, Replit needs to make updates to keep things stable and scalable. But hey, I’m reaching out to you all for some guidance and advice on possible workarounds. I want to find a way to navigate this situation without bidding farewell to any of my precious repls.
I know I’m not alone in this boat. I’m sure there are other folks out there facing similar challenges with storage requirements surpassing the newly imposed limit. So, if you’re in the same boat, let’s join forces and share any insights or suggestions we’ve discovered along the way.
One of the things I love about Replit is the collaborative and supportive environment it fosters. I genuinely believe that together, we can come up with a solution that meets our needs while taking into account the platform’s operational requirements.
Thanks a bunch for your attention, and I’m really looking forward to hearing from my fellow Replit users and even the Replit team itself. Any suggestions or information you can provide to help us navigate this situation would be greatly appreciated.
Take care, and let’s find a way to keep our repls intact!