The last time I had one of these threads, we got a lot of cool answers. So... let's kick this off again! What should we code? What should I, Katya, code?
If you have access to repl.it's code, can you add signatures to posts and comments? Like mine? (-Ebest) Also, can you add a few buttons on the comments and posts sections on the profile page so you can see the posts/comments in the order of how new they are instead of how many cycles they have?
My eye has wandered to the url and found INTERESTING things.
That's a lot of thunder-cloud-and-rain! Write something with thunder-cloud-and-rain in it.
@ebest I know, but having a user system that goes along with repl.it would be nice. Users could create an account and you could store the data with jsonstore. Usernames, passwords, and profile pictures would probably be necessary. Otherwise, I think what you’ve got is great!
Edit: I also think that incorporating flask would be necessary to give it a good look
something that helps schools/companies keep data secure by not including everyone in one email...
I'm not mad I swear
@katyadee So I'm going to a new school, which is an IT/Chem oriented school and they needed our basic info (phone, email, etc.). Today they mail us some schedules about when we need to get the books and i notice that it wasn't sent to "me" but my whole class. I'm kinda nervous about what they'll teach us there now, because this is not how one should handle sensitive user data.
I wish Repl was able to use PHP and MySQL so I could make a more dynamic webpage with a login and register system ._.
Could you fix the c++ and c++11 compilers so that they don’t give a warning that an integer literal is too big to be held as a signed integer when I explicitly state my variable as unsigned?