AFNNetworkK12

smileycreations15 wrote:

support
Why? Please give a reason, simply support does not add discussion

I-Iz-A-Litten

DownsGameClub wrote:

For starters, I would recommend this type of captcha, which I found on a webcomic site:


I find this type of captcha very intuitive and easy to use. As shown in the image, you simply match the answer choice with the character's name that is on the photo itself.
We can easily substitute this for sprite characters that Scratch uses, and put the sprite's name on it.

Accessibility options for the hearing impaired may be needed but so far I haven't come up with ideas. Anyone else have some?

That looks like it could work.

Support for the reasons said above.

congyingzhou

Flowermanvista wrote:

hey quick question, why am i not in the supporters list
you only said ‘maybe this is a good idea’

Botcho_Otkho

zygotesearcher wrote:

What does this block do?
forever //Of course, this would be an image file

end
  • Repeat a script forever
  • Show a variable
  • Play a sound until done
Not sure that would work. Even if it may be something that at a first look seems simple, one that's new to block programming languages wouldn't exactly know how that works.

LuckyLucky7

Botcho_Otkho wrote:

zygotesearcher wrote:

What does this block do?
forever //Of course, this would be an image file

end
  • Repeat a script forever
  • Show a variable
  • Play a sound until done
Not sure that would work. Even if it may be something that at a first look seems simple, one that's new to block programming languages wouldn't exactly now how that works.
(pick random (1) to (10))
What abut this block?

EeveeLegends

Support, I remember a few months back there were some bots making a bunch of studios and it was very odd… A CAPTCHA could definitely help.

plasmamasta

125% support!

Botcho_Otkho

plasmamasta wrote:

125% support!
Please, be constructive. Saying only that doesn't help.

congyingzhou

Botcho_Otkho wrote:

zygotesearcher wrote:

What does this block do?
forever //Of course, this would be an image file

end
  • Repeat a script forever
  • Show a variable
  • Play a sound until done
Not sure that would work. Even if it may be something that at a first look seems simple, one that's new to block programming languages wouldn't exactly now how that works.

LuckyLucky7 wrote:

Botcho_Otkho wrote:

zygotesearcher wrote:

What does this block do?
forever //Of course, this would be an image file

end
  • Repeat a script forever
  • Show a variable
  • Play a sound until done
Not sure that would work. Even if it may be something that at a first look seems simple, one that's new to block programming languages wouldn't exactly now how that works.
(pick random (1) to (10))
What abut this block?
???

openPoll

Semi support, young children may have never encountered a CAPTCHA before and may not know what to do. Could be good tho

CatsUnited

openPoll wrote:

Semi support, young children may have never encountered a CAPTCHA before and may not know what to do. Could be good tho
If the reasoning for the Scratch Team to have not added a CAPTCHA to the website is because “young children may not know how to do a CAPTCHA”, then that does leave a hole open for automated spambots to fill the servers with advertising, or other garbage data. Also, considering Scratch's minimum target age, don't you think there would be at least one adult nearby to help them out if the kid is struggling with it?

congyingzhou

CatsUnited wrote:

openPoll wrote:

Semi support, young children may have never encountered a CAPTCHA before and may not know what to do. Could be good tho
If the reasoning for the Scratch Team to have not added a CAPTCHA to the website is because “young children may not know how to do a CAPTCHA”, then that does leave a hole open for automated spambots to fill the servers with advertising, or other garbage data. Also, considering Scratch's minimum target age, don't you think there would be at least one adult nearby to help them out if the kid is struggling with it?
Yeah, there’s something called ‘parent’s e-mail’.

Green_Cookie

Support! I can't believe what I saw in that photo, but to be honest, I'm surprised it took me this long to find robots on Scratch.

openPoll

congyingzhou wrote:

CatsUnited wrote:

openPoll wrote:

Semi support, young children may have never encountered a CAPTCHA before and may not know what to do. Could be good tho
If the reasoning for the Scratch Team to have not added a CAPTCHA to the website is because “young children may not know how to do a CAPTCHA”, then that does leave a hole open for automated spambots to fill the servers with advertising, or other garbage data. Also, considering Scratch's minimum target age, don't you think there would be at least one adult nearby to help them out if the kid is struggling with it?
Yeah, there’s something called ‘parent’s e-mail’.
Okay, but I suggest you use a CAPTCHA like this one:

coder2045

openPoll wrote:

Okay, but I suggest you use a CAPTCHA like this one:

That's a CAPTCHA?!

VideoGamerCanInvent

Support

-Reshiram-

coder2045 wrote:

openPoll wrote:

Okay, but I suggest you use a CAPTCHA like this one:

[Rip me I can't post images]
That's a CAPTCHA?!
Yes, it's a captcha.

Hi_I_am_Alex

DownsGameClub wrote:

For starters, I would recommend this type of captcha, which I found on a webcomic site:


I find this type of captcha very intuitive and easy to use. As shown in the image, you simply match the answer choice with the character's name that is on the photo itself.
We can easily substitute this for sprite characters that Scratch uses, and put the sprite's name on it.

Accessibility options for the hearing impaired may be needed but so far I haven't come up with ideas. Anyone else have some?
Why would more accessibility options be needed for the hearing impaired? I myself am hearing impaired, and I'm not quite sure why a CAPTCHA that needs visual to solve would need more options to help with sound…?
Also, I support this, spam bots are very annoying… and basically every other reason already spoken in this thread.

openPoll

Hi_I_am_Alex wrote:

DownsGameClub wrote:

For starters, I would recommend this type of captcha, which I found on a webcomic site:

image snip
I find this type of captcha very intuitive and easy to use. As shown in the image, you simply match the answer choice with the character's name that is on the photo itself.
We can easily substitute this for sprite characters that Scratch uses, and put the sprite's name on it.

Accessibility options for the hearing impaired may be needed but so far I haven't come up with ideas. Anyone else have some?
Why would more accessibility options be needed for the hearing impaired? I myself am hearing impaired, and I'm not quite sure why a CAPTCHA that needs visual to solve would need more options to help with sound…?
Also, I support this, spam bots are very annoying… and basically every other reason already spoken in this thread.
I think they meant visually impaired, which (in)conveniently I am…

congyingzhou

openPoll wrote:

Hi_I_am_Alex wrote:

DownsGameClub wrote:

For starters, I would recommend this type of captcha, which I found on a webcomic site:

image snip
I find this type of captcha very intuitive and easy to use. As shown in the image, you simply match the answer choice with the character's name that is on the photo itself.
We can easily substitute this for sprite characters that Scratch uses, and put the sprite's name on it.

Accessibility options for the hearing impaired may be needed but so far I haven't come up with ideas. Anyone else have some?
Why would more accessibility options be needed for the hearing impaired? I myself am hearing impaired, and I'm not quite sure why a CAPTCHA that needs visual to solve would need more options to help with sound…?
Also, I support this, spam bots are very annoying… and basically every other reason already spoken in this thread.
I think they meant visually impaired, which (in)conveniently I am…
Wut