Skip to content
Sign upLog in
Replit Logo Made out of Repliters!
Profile icon
has Hacker Plan


Community Replit

Recently, if you were active on the replit discord, you would know that replit now has stickers! And so they announced a sticker contest, so here was my submission (it's already over, the results are yet to come.). It is a replit logo made out of replit community users. It's on Twitter too :)

Why the talk post

The logo probably doesn't include you. I forgot a lot of people while making it, and I'm really sorry, so if you could state your existence, I would happily add your profile picture! (With permission, of course.)

Why does it take so long to load

I didn't make any optimizations with profile picture viewing, and I probably won't anytime soon, unless someone has a simple bash or smth solution to downscale images.


Creating it was pretty simple. First, I took the replit logo from Wikipedia, as it was the only logo with png format. Then, I removed all color from it, so it looked more like the replit logo we see today. Finally, I masked that image with a randomly generated array of user profile pictures, to make it!


  • More pfps! (Can we get to 100?)
  • Image loading should be slightly faster
  • A nice little progress bar has been added, also you can check the console for more neat output

we did it guys


No attribution needed <3
Use as you wish


Don't forget to comment so I can add you to the list of replit users! Priority goes like this:

  • people that send an image of their profile picture
  • people that send a comment
  • people with a gif animation pfp
  • other

Also sorry

for forgetting you guys. You have been added.

You are viewing a single comment. View All
Profile icon

What are the key ingredients to finding the right song for a particular occasion? Most people will immediately think about the melody, the words and the genre, but a fundamental aspect is to get the right tempo. The speed at which a song is recorded and performed has a profound impact on how it is perceived and whether it will work in the context that you have planned.
The clearest illustrations of how BPM can affect a piece of music can be found in songs with which we are all familiar, but that take on a whole new character at a different tempo. The Bing Crosby festive classic White Christmas must be one of the best known songs of its genre, and has been covered numerous times. beats per minute. While the likes of Michael Bublé might stick to the “easy listening” tempo that we know so well, 1970s punk band Stiff Little Fingers gave the song a whole new edginess when they started playing it in their silly encores section at live shows. And