Okay, so I finished the tutorial on random-image-uploading bot (https://botwiki.org/tutorials/random-image-tweet/), and I started working on the github-to-glitch importing guide, and I learned a thing or two about how Glitch works: https://botwiki.org/tutorials/importing-github-glitch/
The Glitch project is a bit "work in progress", especially after I tried to edit it in my phone while riding the subway.
(And I know the API keys are missing, I don't have a spare bot to run this on. I'll get into that in a bit.)
So, I have a few questions.
I figured out that the files in the assets folder aren't physically uploaded to Glitch, rather to a CDN, and then referenced in .glitch-assets. What happens if I update that file manually? Is there a way to actually delete the files, so that user can upload more images without filling up disk space?
(The idea here being, user sets up the random-image-posting bot, but instead of cycling through the images over and over, each image gets deleted after posting, and user can then upload more images.)
Oh, side note, is there a way to shut down the app? Basically, I'd like to keep the project for remixing, but without running the actual bot.
I do realize I could just export the project to GitHub, and then delete it, so this is mostly a non-issue. But that does prevent the project from being featured in the gallery.