No. They can reach
Just write project name to search, and view code
Then change your project name to something nobody will find, and add your custom domain. You can get a custom domain for free via freenom.
They can even find my project name with a bot or something else. Also you’re saying custom domain but we are coding discord bots too, not just website dude
But how would people find your project from a discord bot? Its impossible to find where a discord bot is hosted.
A bot would never be able to find a name like 382823r3h29ieowsfijsnfksdjfdsnfk.glitch.me
It’s still public even if has a good name, private projects are the best for secure
But how can someone find your project if it has a gibberish name? Create an account that nobody will find.
If you are coding a Discord bot on Glitch wouldn’t you be a member anyway to keep it online? I don’t see why this is an issue…
Edit: Oops I didn’t even look at the last post date sorry - but it’s kind of my point about paying for unused months below.
They’re clearly angling for more subs which is fair enough.
I can only code in chunks so would pay for months of subs with literally zero activity which is a bummer.
More tiers or flexibility as a whole would be great.
I don’t want the complex ms/vCPU/RAM/egress calculators like other providers, but more of a per-project sub model with add-on’s for storage would be perfect.
Open source is very cool but I don’t really want my half thought out ideas just blowing in the wind and clogging up the search (which I understand is indexed by project content also?).
Last time I tried to search for something Glitch I had to comb through screeds of abandoned default projects and I hate to think I’m adding to that mess.
It won’t if you have custom domain like example.com
You’re going to off topic. Also
Expect your Website URL is ###.glitch.me, or they know your Glitch Username.
If they know your glitch username, Then yes. They can find it. Also if you’re using custom domain + they didn’t know your glitch username, Then yeah. It won’t happend!
Tbh it wouldn’t be worth it to go through every repo.