You have to contact Replit ([email protected]) and you will get a special link for changing your username.
@SPQR In the future, Repl.it might add tags and you can also join the Repl.it Discord server and the Repl Talk bot sometimes tells you the language. I could add "include programming language in body", but I'm not sure if that would help.
Wow, this artist is so talented.
Hello, i'm Nathan R (Mosrod), and I like coding Python, hanging out on Discord, and doing random things on my computer. I love using repl.it, and it is very efficient to work on code from the cloud!
This number shows how many cycles (points) you have. Cycles are counted by how many up votes your posts/comments get in Repl.it Talk. These can also be described as reputation (stackoverflow).
@PaulLeger Yes, you can upload a folder of source code, and make your students fork that repl in the beginning of a semester, and they will have one repl for the whole semester with all of their files.
You cannot modify a language's version on repl.it if it does not have a separate language for the version (e.g. Python 3&2).
Yes, Google+ is independent from the Google sign in, and will continue working after Google+ is gone.
@CallumThompson Yes, you have to make the repl for the CodeJam before the event, but if you want to write it in a different language, you can delete the repl and add a new one with the exact name but with a different language after the event has started.
For games, this is a list I think you should show:
Corey Scafer's YouTube videos are a great resource for leaning Python. He makes new tutorials every day, and every single tutorial of his has awesome quality. Playlist of all of his Python tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-osiE80TeTt2d9bfVyTiXJA-UTHn6WwU
Looks so cool! Will definitely make games with this!