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@Zander Well I found out the easy way to do it.
The combination of my old eyes, my cheap laptop screen and the light orange coloring made me miss the X in the upper left hand corner of the pop up. On a better screen I saw the X and clicking on the X disabled notifications.
I will be attending the workshop in august and I am interested to build as many of these as I can. We can definitely work something out if you are still interested. I have 1 partner at the moment who would be helping, and plan to expand the team soon.