I received the following email from Replit. How will this impact Edu Teams?
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Starting on January 1st, 2024, Deployments will be the only way to host your applications on Replit. [repl.co](http://repl.co) will transition to [replit.dev](http://replit.dev) and will only be accessible while someone is actively in the editor. [replit.dev](http://replit.dev) is the URL for previewing your work before you deploy.
If you are currently hosting anything on Replit, we recommend that you migrate to Deployments before the end of the year.
I teach web design and development to high school students, I’d like to know how the changes scheduled for 1/1/24 will impact the following.
My students develop roughly a dozen PHP websites during the year. They test their work via the webview urls (https://projectName.teamName.repl.co). My district uses the *.teamName.repl.co wildcard to create an “allowed list” within their threat detection systems. They are willing to use a wildcard on the repl.co domain specifically because only my students can gain access to the teamName.repl.co subdomain associated with my classes. My district will not wildcard allow an entire domain. Will team names be possible in the new system? If not, what alternative do you suggest?
My students perform “peer reviews” on their classmate’s work. They also develop mock websites for students in my Entrepreneurship course. Can students share a web URL to their PHP websites for peer review under the new system?
My students develop a Portfolio website that includes links to and summaries of the different websites they created during the year.
Will the above items still be possible in the new system? If yes, please explain any modifications I’ll have to adopt. If no, please explain any alternatives you can think of. Lastly, will I be able to use cycles to achieve any of the above?