I think what you’re looking for is the feature that’s on c9.io (and lots of other platforms, of course): permanently deleting the projects. I did not see that as an option when I looked at my Deleted Projects.
My Deleted Projects looks like this:
When I clicked
Show, it displays my 2 deleted projects (now, as an aside, I’d actually suggest to the Glitch team to consider adding a
Hide function once they’re showing because I had to reload the page to hide them).
Anyway, I’m guessing you’re concern is that if you happen to have e.g. 100+ deleted projects as you said, then once you click
Show, they lard the bottom of your page. But I think your question also addresses the idea of workflow: if there’s something that remotely holds interest to you, you may consider not deleting it because you may revisit it one day…which leads to: when should I delete a project?
The 2 projects I deleted were non-starters that never got out of the gate … and I think I deleted them because I was messing around and wanted to try a couple ideas which never got anywhere and figured, I already have enough “starter” projects and spinning up a new one is free and fast so … I don’t need another to lard my projects (i.e.
Your Projects)…so I deleted.