You all may have seen that someone has been going around posting unsavory content (to say the least) to various apps and challenge entries.
With the help of @TheDrone7, we've been able to locate the abuser and ban them from the site for life. We also have all his information and IP address and if the person in question were to return we'll be escalating to the authorities.
I wanted to share this publicly so that:
1- you know that we don't tolerate behavior like this
2- you secure your apps and websites preferably with Repl.it auth (which allowed us to catch the attacker)
Read more about Auth here: https://repl.it/talk/learn/Authenticating-users-with-Replit-Auth/23460
Lets go first we ban the abusers and next we ban racism >:). Coding will solve the worlds problem. #BangladeshianAmericanCoders
@codergamer420 Well you see, hatred really can't ever be "banned" per say, but it really depends on what your version of racism is. My definition would be that racism is when someone is dehumanized because of their race. It is indeed a vague term, and of course, it would be hard to "ban". I do agree that it is bad. On my websites I do see the N-Word sometimes(I embed Google Documents onto them for a little interactivity) but I have not removed them because of my shear laziness.
@CodeSalvageON well actually, i see ending racism as one of my biggest code goals, and method i view ending racism is through changing the view s of everyone so they arent racist through extremely beautiful code. You do not have the pakistanian spirit that is needed to fight racism. #brave pakistna code