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- The frontend proxy is meant to be a way to pass critical internal pieces of Ghost core into the frontend
- These fundamental @TryGhost packages are shared and can be required directly, hence there's no need to pass them via the proxy
- Reducing the surface area of the proxy reduces the proxies API
- This makes it easier to see what's left in terms of decoupling the frontend, and what will always need to be passed (e.g. api)

Note on @tryghost/social-urls:
- this is a small utility that helps create URLs for social profiles, it's a util for working with data on the frontend aka part of the sdk
- I think there should be many of these small helpers and we'll probably want to bundle them for the frontend at some point
- for now, I'm leaving these as part of the proxy, as need to figure out where they belong
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