Reason: Bad behavior detected


I received “Bad behavior” in my project sublibra-core-time-distribution (based on a git repo). Could be a lot of reasons I suppose since I don’t see this running in glitch before I have made some modifications (currently it requires setting up a local docker container).

Consider adding some more information in the “Bad behavior” error message to not scare away users.

Best Regards
Jonas Hörström

Could be this:

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Hi there @sublibra, welcome to the Glitch forum and sorry for the bother!

We’ve been working to address some misbehavior on Glitch that’s caused some instability; we talk about this briefly in Some processes currently restricted. The most commonly-used process that we’re blocking right now is puppeteer, and it looks like that’s what your project is running afoul of.

We’re continuing to watch the situation closely and don’t have a timeline for when we might unblock that or any other currently-blocked processes, or indeed if we will unblock them at all; we’re sorry for the inconvenience.

I’ve unsuspended your project and have removed the puppeteer dependency so that you can access your project again, possibly leaving it in a broken state. If you restore that package your project will most likely be suspended again fairly swiftly.

Hope this helps, and let us know if you have further questions.


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