This is a repl created by I(Whippingdot) and the Repl-it-Coders team for repl.it. We created this because repl.it helped us through the pandemic and so I felt like I wanted to thank repl.it. This project is a website in which there is a posts page for the best posts of the year. The home page has a small note for repl.it, and finally there is the timeline page in which there is a timeline of all the announcements created by repl.it this year.
You can find the repo here and you can star if you like.
We wanted to have a suggestions page on the website where you could suggest features to repl.it but we couldn't finish it in time. I couldn't figure out how to do it so it never got finished. We will work on the suggestions page so it works but for now, to suggest a feature on repl.it create a comment on this share post, and to suggest a feature on GitHub create an issue.
It is true that I and my org(Repl-it-Coders) created this project but I wanted to give credit to the people in the org that helped:
@Whippingdot / Me: I did most CSS(except hard parts) and I did a lot of the typing on pages, hence the 'I's on some pages.
isaiah08: He helped with the nodejs at the start and he and me planned the whole project
@ColePete : He helped with creating all the initial files and finding the bugs in the project.
@SixBeeps: He/She helped with fixing the bug where linking to the CSS file would not work. This was a huge problem and I thank SixBeeps for fixing this problem. He/She also helped add the favicon.
@Coder100: He created his .eslintrc.js file in this project. I don't know what it does but he still did something which I think helped the project.
@TsunamiOrSumth: He created the favicon for our GitHub org and for all our websites. He did some photoshopping and brought us this awesome favicon.
@EpicRaisin: He helped add the favicon in the website so it works. This was a last-minute change, thank you.
These are all the people I know of who helped but if you helped and you were in the org please comment down below/Create an issue
If you want to join this GitHub org(Repl-it-Coders) please tell me your GitHub account username below. One thing to note is that it says I can see your IP address when you join but after lots of inspection I could not find anyone's IP. The only thing you should be cautious about is that I can see your country.
That is all, thank you for taking the time to read this post. I worked really hard on this(especially the timeline which took over 3 hours) and I appreciate you reading this whole thing I wrote. Bye!
I guess I'll join the repl coders org. My username is
Is anyone else a little scared that this year is called "2020 won"?
Yo, I'd like to join the coders org. Main areas of skill are in Python, although I am still somewhat skilled in C++.
if this is a stupid question, I'M SORRRYYY! but suggestions are accepted here right?
i just wanted to point out that the contrast between the background colour and the text colour in 'best posts:A note' er is kinda hurting my eyes. just putting it out there just in case its something other people experience.
maybe go for a softer but dark themed background that doesnt clash so bluntly with the text colour.
This is great! Also, my GitHub username is also AmazingMech2418, so can I join? LOL!
@Whippingdot Yeah. LOL! C++ and Python more than Rust, but I also sometimes do Rust. Good language by the way! Also, I'm creating a Fortran team. LOL! (remember my "Pi in As Many Languages As Possible" project? I learned a lot of languages through that... Also, I think a Go team would be good too!)
@ZDev1 Well, that only works because we use HTML, not XHTML... You could also do
<link/> to close it without a separate closing tag, can use a full closing tag, or can just not have a closing tag with it. Since the content doesn't matter, any of these will work. Same with