Good day. I have a doubt regarding a challenge that I couldn’t send before. Two weeks ago I tried to send the solution for a challenge with a complexity of 11.96 (challenge 185 from Codeabbey), but I couldn’t because in the policies I have a goal complexity of 10, and the challenge that I sent before that had a complexity of 10.96.
I asked in the forum and the recommendation was to restart the complexity of the challenges and save that challenge to upload it later. So I restarted the complexity but I didn’t subtract the score and ranking progress of the challenge that I couldn’t send (185). I just took the last values (i.e. taking into account the progress for challenge 185) and report the new progress from there.
Right now I’m sending a solution for a challenge with complexity 9.22, and I would like to send my solution for challenge 185 after that, but I don’t know what to put in the commit message.
What do you understand or find about that problem
I understand that is not desirable to send a challenge with zero progress, but maybe that would happen now because at that moment I didn’t subtract the progress for the challenge that I couldn’t send.
You make any workaround? What did you do?
I found a similar post in the forum and, in that case, the recommendation was to subtract the progress values for the challenge that couldn’t be sent. Unfortunately, I didn’t have that into account when I restarted my challenges complexity.
[link to the related post] Policy for inmersion code solutions
[link to my previous post] Pipeline failed due to test_policy
I need help with
I would like to know if I can send the solution for challenge 185 at this moment, and in case of being able to send it, I would like to know what values can I use in the commit message.