'alr approved some time ago'
Ok, thanks! Approved ;-)
sorry i am late for approval this... again sorry.
Community Edition is free. It's been very helpful for me while learning Python. Having git and GitHub support built-in is great. Many great features for free.
I ended up paying for the Professional for better Flask and Django support for some personal projects and I'm still discovering new features all the time.
No problem, just wanted to help. I use PyCharm so it gives me automatic PEP8 warnings and also spellcheck is built-in. It helps me seem a bit more diligent than I really am haha!
There are a few issues with the Python translation.
chromosone -> chromosome
You have to solve the kata using at least one language
Then you can go up to the top of the kata and click the Languages dropdown menu and click + Add New
+ Add New
Then you click Translate this kata. Now, you have a kumite with all of the katas information (title, description, test cases, etc...)
Translate this kata
You then pick your language that you want to translate to (up top) and add the Solution, Solution Set-Up, Preloaded (optional), Examples Test Cases (optional but recommended) and Test Cases
After you add all that, you can click Publish and Codewars runs all of the tests against your solution code. If there are no failed tests, it will then be published.
I just saw other people commenting with the link to the kumite/translation, so I started doing it too.
Then it is up to the katas author to approve it
I have only done a handful of translations so far so please excuse any mistakes in my description. That is roughly how it is done. For more info, check the Codewars docs:
I didn't see your Python translation in the list of translations so I wrote my own.
Here is the kumite link for my Python translation (works for both versions of Python, 2 & 3).