Upcoming Replit Changes : Community crisis waiting to happen

we can’t know for sure, as this has not been officially announced or explained by anyone of the replit team. my best guess would be that it updates in intervals of time, but i’m not very certain.

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Well, I am happy I am on a monthly plan. If this is enforced and affects me I just quit and move on.


And my trending repls capped because one had a video file being requested like 30k times

how can you see the egress

Go on on your account (https://replit.com/account) and scroll.


I agree. The past month or so Replit seems to have flipped a switch. No more “let’s bring the next billion developers online”, it’s now “let’s make the next billion off of developers”.

Wont be surprised if SunnyV2 makes a video on this “The money tornado downfall of Replit”


So how much will they charge for server deployment? Any clue?

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Wait Can someone please explain this in a much simpler form?The only thing I got was that peole might leave replit and everything is getting monetized?

Replit might make it so hosting (.repl.co) domains will cost cycles per month, and you may only run websites in cover page for free. More storage limits per month too (view pm your account).

So would you say its a good idea to make backup git repositories?

I kinda thought something like this would happen.A few months age(2 Months) I saw ARC CDN on my Repl website.I didnt sign up for ARC but knew what it was.This could be a solution too if Replit wants to monetize they could do something like ARC.Not sure if this helps?

Just wanted to repost what I said here:

Yeah, I am really disappointed with this decision with the egress, and how they want us to pay more money. I feel like this doesn’t align with their actual mission statement and their core values. I am most likely going to be leaving replit, but staying with this community bc u guys are awesome, and I would never have been this deep into coding if not for you guys (I havent been on ask.replit for a while but have been with treplit for 5-6 months ish). And, frankly, even if I did have $20 a month for what used to be $7, I don’t even know if it is worth the money, because, in reality, there are still ALOT of issues with replit. Whether it be the codespace, UI, or just a toxic community (talking abt @GiggaPoggers getting shamed and whatnot) it’s not worth $20 or my time (again, except for the community). I mean, they can’t even handle a discord server for gosh sakes! It just seems like a power play and a money grab.

*source: https://ask.replit.com/t/state-of-replit

Also, I didn’t mean to post twice, and it won’t let me delete the old version. :rofl::rofl::rofl:

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Some important context. Deployments isn’t anything inherently bad, in fact it makes hosting more reliable, as your changes don’t instantly get pushed to production, which is what platforms like Vercel do. But the catch is free deployments and the cost of paid deployments.

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No official Replit response yet?

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I don’t think so, they are probably scrambling to come up with a statement.

What will happen to css libraries because they will no longer have a link. Will you have to copy the css into your project and the person that made the css library changes it you will have to copy it again to stay up to data?


what. I want to delink my github account now.

thanks for using me as an example I guess. I have thought about going somewhere else like 3 times cuz community bullies me alot

mhm, i have noticed that lol… idk why though

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