We need your help with updating Node!

Today we’re announcing our next phase in building a whole new Glitch and it’s one that’s directly tied to what a lot of you have been waiting for: updated versions of Node on containers.

You can read more in the announcement on our blog about what’s in the works and how we need your help - basically we need some of you to update your projects running very old versions of Node (under version 9) within the next couple of weeks. We lay it all out for you here in our Node version doc.

If you have any questions or concerns, throw them down here in this thread and we’ll be happy to answer and discuss! :speaking_head: :arrow_down_small:

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extracting this from the article: the long awaited container upgrade is planned for Q1 2024, “before April”

currently this announcement is only that they’re “deprecating” node 6 and node 8. no word on those versions actually being removed.

Projects running on those versions will not wake up on those deprecation dates and those versions will not be available on containers, you’ll need to go into the editor and update them.

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o dang thanks for the clarification