I am currently teaching a C programming class in which some assignments (including final projects) will be delivered and submitted via GitHub Classroom.
So far, I have given them a simple assignment to get them used to creating their repositories and working on their code with Repl.it. For most, the biggest hurdle has been learning the process of Accept --> Go to Repo --> Work on Repl.it --> Commit & Push to Submit.
I have one student who has not been able to do this process at all. We keep encountering a situation similar to what is described in this post from May. When the student is asked to log in to Repl.it in the interstitial (described in this reply), they do so, but instead of the repl pulling their repo, they get this screen:
We have tried multiple things, such as changing the permission settings, reinstalling the repl.it integration on her account, and on the Classroom’s Organization, to no avail.
The only thing of note that I can think of that might influence this behavior, for this single student out of a class of ~60, is that they are using a VPN. Either that, or they did something weird when creating their account that prevents repl.it from properly pulling the repo.
Has anyone else encountered anything similar?
Thanks in advance!