I believe this should be done for everyone who got disqualified for the same reason as me. They all worked hard on their project, I believe it's fair for them to at least get some recognition for that... I never expected my project to win, I mostly wanted to see how it would compete with the others and maybe get some recognition from that.
@TheDrone7 I first submitted this bug here, https://replit.canny.io/bug-reports/p/cannot-open-my-project, and I asked how I can import it to my team and the reply was to import it to my personal account and collaborate there, while that didn't imply that it was fine to do a submission without a team the UI reinforced the idea that I can do it solo as it allowed me to submit my solo language. That's mainly why I submitted it solo. But yeah, the disqualification is totally fair and I made a bloop, it was fun making this language anyways so it was still totally worth my time :)
I can't? The UI doesn't have a delete option, where as in other projects it does. And, my friend would've been able to help with things if the project worked on Repl as he isn't very familiar with GitHub.
@TheDrone7 What was I supposed to do? I can't delete the already existing Repl from my team and I can't reimport it as it keeps failing to do so. (I thought importing with GitHub was possible, as, there was a option in the UI for it at the time.)
@TheDrone7 I developed my project on GitHub and I tried importing it to teams and failed, thus, I imported it to my personal account and then submitted it to the jam. I had no other choice. (I'm the only one who worked on this project)