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Maybe I've missed a way to do this but I think it'd be a nice feature to be allowed to submit code even after submitting a correct answer to a problem. Also, a text box to copy & paste code would be awesome instead of having to upload a file since I'm using IPython.
from moritz.beber · 4 years & 344 days ago · 0 followers · 2 comments
The "level" metric already rewards solution volume, so the new badges are redundant. It'd be nice to bring back the older-style badges that rewarded other behaviors (e.g., being among the first 100 to solve a problem)
from david · 4 years & 289 days ago · 0 followers · 1 comment
i'm trying to smarten myself up on elliptic curve cryptography and it seems the subject would lend itself to a rosalind-style approach since there are a lot of exotic areas of math you need to have some mastery of, and until you do you cannot comment on or reason about whether elliptioc curve crypto is secure. i'm sure there are lots of other subject areas that would benefit from the rosalind framework. is there any interest in producing a kit to personalize into a rosalind-style course/game/contest for other subject areas? i'm going to try to get to rosalind expert level and then spend more time on the elliptic curve stuff
from Dennis Farr · 4 years & 278 days ago · 0 followers · 1 comment
It is nice to compare people by country, but it would be nice to do the same for universities and/or university departments.
from Egon Willighagen · 4 years & 347 days ago · 1 followers · no answers or comments

Solutions for wrong answers.

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It would be really useful to be able to see what the correct answer is for a problem that one got wrong
from netherh · 4 years & 313 days ago · 0 followers · 1 answer & 3 comments
Understanding why your answer is not correct is an essential part in the learning process. After number of wrong submissions you get access to question forum, where other Rosalinders can help you to solve this problem.
from Rosalind · 4 years & 311 days ago
It be nice if we can see the official solution and the test case generator to the problems after we solve the problem. For example some problem's test case itself sounds more of a challenge than the problem. (say find a string where there exactly two ways to construct the De Bruijn graph)
from Chao Xu · 4 years & 284 days ago · 1 followers · no answers or comments
If your not a biologist, you wont underestand the problems please extend the biology part of the questions.
from mojdeh saadati · 2 years & 261 days ago · 0 followers · 3 comments

Add water mass to glossary

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It's a small thing, but I went looking for the water mass value and it wasn't in the glossary. To find it I looked under Problems/Topics, then Computational Mass Spectrometry. I glanced at all six problems quickly, didn't see it, so went back to Calculating Protien Mass, then expanded the background information, and there it was.
from Sonia Keys · 4 years & 303 days ago · 1 followers · 1 answer & 1 comment
Thank you!  This was indeed our inconsistency. Regards, Rosalind 
from Rosalind · 4 years & 299 days ago
Пожалуйста. Не все знают буржуйский, неужели своих сложно поддержать?
from Anton · 4 years & 213 days ago · 0 followers · 1 comment

Changes to the problems page

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Hi, To start with - awesome work, really enjoying solving some of these puzzles. And on to my suggestion: Firstly, I'm colour-blind so I have difficulty distinguishing which problems are open to me, and which ones are not, so an option to change the colours (or a change of colours) would be great. This applies to both the list and the tree views. I have written a solution to a problem before, only to find that I have not completed a prerequite problem. And of course I only realise this when I go to download the data set at the the end of the question. A second and better alternative would be to filter the problems on the list page, to All, Completed, Available & Incomplete. Chris.
from Chris Cooper · 4 years & 282 days ago · 0 followers · no answers or comments

favicon suggestion

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Would you please edit the favicon to have transparent edges? There is a faint border around it on the Chrome UI.
from Matthew Fahrbach · 4 years & 151 days ago · 0 followers · no answers or comments

character encoding assumptione

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It would be nice if you could state that DNA/RNA letters will always be ASCII and always use capitals. (It helps for optimization. These are also fun tests to figure out how optimially they can be solved, not just for the right answers.)
from Mike Julier · 4 years & 348 days ago · 0 followers · 2 comments

Spanish translation

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I would love to share this material with some of my students, unfortunately their native tongue is Spanish and they have trouble understanding any text written in English longer than a paragraph. Do you have any plans regarding translations? Is there any way I can help?
from Camilo Pino · 4 years & 330 days ago · 0 followers · 1 answer & 2 comments
Hi Camilo, Maybe in the future we will let users translate the site into their native tongues, but for the time being we are still working on  making the site feature complete.  However, thank you for your interest, and hopefully we will be back in touch in a few months! 
from Rosalind · 4 years & 329 days ago

FASTA

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In one of the early problems we write a solution to read the FASTA format. It would be useful (and encourage good practice/code reuse) to present later DNA strings in this format. Take CONS - "Given a collection of up to 10 DNA strings...". Why aren't we using FASTA, rather than creating a custom file reader for each problem?
from Martin · 4 years & 242 days ago · 0 followers · 2 comments

Finding my explanations

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Hi, It would be great, if there was a way to find the explanation I added one year ago without having to manually browse through all explanations of all problems I have solved. I remember I commented a couple of problems, but of course cannot remember the abbreviation. What I was looking for was a tab "my explanations/comments". Thanks
from Markus Rother · 3 years & 327 days ago · 0 followers · 2 comments
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