• Turn off Awesome on js.checkio.org


I suggest turning off Awesome on js.checkio.org. The current users are basically beta testers of a quite broken site. The experience here can't be compared with py.checkio.org. There's little to no reason to want people to pay for this very poor user experience (e.g. "unlockable" empty islands, unsolvable quest due to locked content).

Other alternative would be having one subscription for both js.checkio.org and py.checkio.org. Why should one pay the same money for a broken site with terrible user experience and small number of missions as for a well-functioning site with large number of missions?