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kkidslogin
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Scratchedia - The Internet on Scratch, that's safe (Applications Closed)

xouzouris wrote:

kkidslogin wrote:

xouzouris wrote:

After a light heart attack because I thought my Raspberry pi was dead (I haven't booted it up for a while) I found it it ran Scratch kind of… slowly… do you have any solutions for that?

It doesn't matter. It still works fine because it won't take too many inputs or draw any graphics if it is a well-made server mode. AAAND I found a python module that can interact with scratch cloud variables (Or even be used to make a custom scratch IDE) called scratchclient so we can interact with cloud variables in a python3 program and save data in a permanent .txt file on the server. Python3 runs pretty fast on a pi, even if it is a lowly 3.
That's brilliant! Great job! It will also be a great opportunity to exercise my python skills. Can you provide a link?
I mentioned it further up in the page.

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ToastersUnited
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IGABMS wrote:

How does this sound for the offical statement to the Scratch Team (please edit and let me know if you like it)

At Scratchedia™, we understand the unique position the Scratch Team is in regarding User Generated Content (UGC) in Scratch projects. Scratchedia™ utilizes word-whitelisting, allowing only vetted words to be used on the Scratchedia™ network. In addition to whitelisting, moderators, or, as we prefer to call them, Community Patrol members frequently patrol websites in search of inappropriate content that may get through our whitelist, and regular users have access to reporting features. Our Safety Team is on standby to adapt and defend Scratchedia™, our users, and our network from the ever-evolving privacy threats internet users face. Scratch Team members have 24/7 access to our platform, and direct access to Scratchedia™ Safety Team members.

Scratchedia™ would like to recognize the tremendous effort put forth by the Scratch Team to keep Scratch a fun platform, for all.
Remove trademark were not copyrighted

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kkidslogin
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Scratchedia - The Internet on Scratch, that's safe (Applications Closed)

IGABMS wrote:

How does this sound for the offical statement to the Scratch Team (please edit and let me know if you like it)

At Scratchedia™, we understand the unique position the Scratch Team is in regarding User Generated Content (UGC) in Scratch projects. Scratchedia™ utilizes word-whitelisting, allowing only vetted words to be used on the Scratchedia™ network. In addition to whitelisting, moderators, or, as we prefer to call them, Community Patrol members frequently patrol websites in search of inappropriate content that may get through our whitelist, and regular users have access to reporting features. Our Safety Team is on standby to adapt and defend Scratchedia™, our users, and our network from the ever-evolving privacy threats internet users face. Scratch Team members have 24/7 access to our platform, and direct access to Scratchedia™ Safety Team members.

Scratchedia™ would like to recognize the tremendous effort put forth by the Scratch Team to keep Scratch a fun platform, for all.
Yes

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ToastersUnited
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Scratchedia - The Internet on Scratch, that's safe (Applications Closed)

kkidslogin wrote:

IGABMS wrote:

How does this sound for the offical statement to the Scratch Team (please edit and let me know if you like it)

At Scratchedia™, we understand the unique position the Scratch Team is in regarding User Generated Content (UGC) in Scratch projects. Scratchedia™ utilizes word-whitelisting, allowing only vetted words to be used on the Scratchedia™ network. In addition to whitelisting, moderators, or, as we prefer to call them, Community Patrol members frequently patrol websites in search of inappropriate content that may get through our whitelist, and regular users have access to reporting features. Our Safety Team is on standby to adapt and defend Scratchedia™, our users, and our network from the ever-evolving privacy threats internet users face. Scratch Team members have 24/7 access to our platform, and direct access to Scratchedia™ Safety Team members.

Scratchedia™ would like to recognize the tremendous effort put forth by the Scratch Team to keep Scratch a fun platform, for all.
Yes
Addon, scratchedias creator policy

;:By using scratchedia to create a website you agree that
It will follow the Community Guidelines on scratch, and scratchedia (Courtesy: IGABMS)
You will NOT create inappropriate sites under ANY CIRCUMSTANCES!
Respect the loyal blue flavoured whales
This is the short version:;

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Hello

“Hello There”
-Obi Wan Kenobi

Go to this project and say “I want to join whitechrest” for a mechanic waffle!*
If comments are closed, go here and do so.
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xouzouris
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Scratchedia - The Internet on Scratch, that's safe (Applications Closed)

IGABMS wrote:

How does this sound for the offical statement to the Scratch Team (please edit and let me know if you like it)

At Scratchedia™, we understand the unique position the Scratch Team is in regarding User Generated Content (UGC) in Scratch projects. Scratchedia™ utilizes word-whitelisting, allowing only vetted words to be used on the Scratchedia™ network. In addition to whitelisting, moderators, or, as we prefer to call them, Community Patrol members frequently patrol websites in search of inappropriate content that may get through our whitelist, and regular users have access to reporting features. Our Safety Team is on standby to adapt and defend Scratchedia™, our users, and our network from the ever-evolving privacy threats internet users face. Scratch Team members have 24/7 access to our platform, and direct access to Scratchedia™ Safety Team members.

Scratchedia™ would like to recognize the tremendous effort put forth by the Scratch Team to keep Scratch a fun platform, for all.
Great!

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xouzouris
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DragonfruitTV wrote:

xouzouris wrote:

If anybody (that I've missed, in the collab) wants to be whitelisted in my project, tell me.
I do.
Are you in the collab?

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xouzouris
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Scratchedia - The Internet on Scratch, that's safe (Applications Closed)

kkidslogin wrote:

xouzouris wrote:

kkidslogin wrote:

xouzouris wrote:

After a light heart attack because I thought my Raspberry pi was dead (I haven't booted it up for a while) I found it it ran Scratch kind of… slowly… do you have any solutions for that?

It doesn't matter. It still works fine because it won't take too many inputs or draw any graphics if it is a well-made server mode. AAAND I found a python module that can interact with scratch cloud variables (Or even be used to make a custom scratch IDE) called scratchclient so we can interact with cloud variables in a python3 program and save data in a permanent .txt file on the server. Python3 runs pretty fast on a pi, even if it is a lowly 3.
That's brilliant! Great job! It will also be a great opportunity to exercise my python skills. Can you provide a link?
I mentioned it further up in the page.
Is it this?

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ToastersUnited
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Regarding python,
Who still puts this at the top:
from __future__ import division

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-Mysticoder-
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xouzouris wrote:

-Mysticoder- wrote:

Hi, just asking, why will you need a bad word blocker if you are using whitelisting? If you use whitelisting, bad words are already out of the question, right?
Actually, we thought of using whitelist in order to prevent random people from making inappropriate websites while we're making Scratchedia, when It's released, there won't be whitelist. That's where we'll use the bad word blocker.
Guys… it's compulsory to use Whitelisting if you are making a Cloud project on Scratch, unless you are all tired of Scratch and would like to be blocked. I am on Project Meower as a cloud dev and I'm in charge of the actual phrases selection system on the client side. Meower is using Whitelisting, just a more complicated one. We stored every possible sentence on a list and only let them select each phrase as long as it's a valid option. As for negotiations with the ST, it's just to ensure that the phrases stay safe and that we are actually sticking to whitelisting as Meower has made the Whitelist as open as possible, thus meaning that we would need to negotiate with the ST. For the internet on Scratch, if you want to allow people to code websites, better stick to a language like Scratch, and only allow certain phrases to be displayed on the web page. If you are going to allow users to type out their own web page, then, find a way to predefine every possible website a person can type…


I am -Mysticoder-, I enjoy programming and as of now program in python and the .net framework. I am currently picking up JS to mod the Scratch editor.
ToastersUnited
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-Mysticoder- wrote:

xouzouris wrote:

-Mysticoder- wrote:

Hi, just asking, why will you need a bad word blocker if you are using whitelisting? If you use whitelisting, bad words are already out of the question, right?
Actually, we thought of using whitelist in order to prevent random people from making inappropriate websites while we're making Scratchedia, when It's released, there won't be whitelist. That's where we'll use the bad word blocker.
Guys… it's compulsory to use Whitelisting if you are making a Cloud project on Scratch, unless you are all tired of Scratch and would like to be blocked. I am on Project Meower as a cloud dev and I'm in charge of the actual phrases selection system on the client side. Meower is using Whitelisting, just a more complicated one. We stored every possible sentence on a list and only let them select each phrase as long as it's a valid option. As for negotiations with the ST, it's just to ensure that the phrases stay safe and that we are actually sticking to whitelisting as Meower has made the Whitelist as open as possible, thus meaning that we would need to negotiate with the ST. For the internet on Scratch, if you want to allow people to code websites, better stick to a language like Scratch, and only allow certain phrases to be displayed on the web page. If you are going to allow users to type out their own web page, then, find a way to predefine every possible website a person can type…
Seems good to me. I understand mowers “Sentence stringing and checking for allowance”, in other words, stringing words together and seeing if they match an allowed phrase. We'll need lots of phrases though, and I dont know if this will work for websites.. We'll have to figure out another way of white listing that involves more ways to make pre-made sentences. Possibly even make a bot that allows you to submit phrases via comments. If it passes scratch comment filter then it should be allowed

Try out my scratch resume maker!
Hello

“Hello There”
-Obi Wan Kenobi

Go to this project and say “I want to join whitechrest” for a mechanic waffle!*
If comments are closed, go here and do so.
*Waffle not included. Waffle sold sepratley. You will not recieve waffle upon completing the challenge.
kkidslogin
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Scratchedia - The Internet on Scratch, that's safe (Applications Closed)

ToastersUnited wrote:

-Mysticoder- wrote:

xouzouris wrote:

-Mysticoder- wrote:

Hi, just asking, why will you need a bad word blocker if you are using whitelisting? If you use whitelisting, bad words are already out of the question, right?
Actually, we thought of using whitelist in order to prevent random people from making inappropriate websites while we're making Scratchedia, when It's released, there won't be whitelist. That's where we'll use the bad word blocker.
Guys… it's compulsory to use Whitelisting if you are making a Cloud project on Scratch, unless you are all tired of Scratch and would like to be blocked. I am on Project Meower as a cloud dev and I'm in charge of the actual phrases selection system on the client side. Meower is using Whitelisting, just a more complicated one. We stored every possible sentence on a list and only let them select each phrase as long as it's a valid option. As for negotiations with the ST, it's just to ensure that the phrases stay safe and that we are actually sticking to whitelisting as Meower has made the Whitelist as open as possible, thus meaning that we would need to negotiate with the ST. For the internet on Scratch, if you want to allow people to code websites, better stick to a language like Scratch, and only allow certain phrases to be displayed on the web page. If you are going to allow users to type out their own web page, then, find a way to predefine every possible website a person can type…
Seems good to me. I understand mowers “Sentence stringing and checking for allowance”, in other words, stringing words together and seeing if they match an allowed phrase. We'll need lots of phrases though, and I dont know if this will work for websites.. We'll have to figure out another way of white listing that involves more ways to make pre-made sentences. Possibly even make a bot that allows you to submit phrases via comments. If it passes scratch comment filter then it should be allowed

The how bout we make a duplicate of the comment filter?

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IGABMS
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Scratchedia - The Internet on Scratch, that's safe (Applications Closed)

-Mysticoder- wrote:

xouzouris wrote:

-Mysticoder- wrote:

Hi, just asking, why will you need a bad word blocker if you are using whitelisting? If you use whitelisting, bad words are already out of the question, right?
Actually, we thought of using whitelist in order to prevent random people from making inappropriate websites while we're making Scratchedia, when It's released, there won't be whitelist. That's where we'll use the bad word blocker.
Guys… it's compulsory to use Whitelisting if you are making a Cloud project on Scratch, unless you are all tired of Scratch and would like to be blocked. I am on Project Meower as a cloud dev and I'm in charge of the actual phrases selection system on the client side. Meower is using Whitelisting, just a more complicated one. We stored every possible sentence on a list and only let them select each phrase as long as it's a valid option. As for negotiations with the ST, it's just to ensure that the phrases stay safe and that we are actually sticking to whitelisting as Meower has made the Whitelist as open as possible, thus meaning that we would need to negotiate with the ST. For the internet on Scratch, if you want to allow people to code websites, better stick to a language like Scratch, and only allow certain phrases to be displayed on the web page. If you are going to allow users to type out their own web page, then, find a way to predefine every possible website a person can type…
That's what I said in the “For Parents” and “For ST”!

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IParseQuick is a multi-parameter, ultra-fast parser, capable of handling almost unlimited values! Inspired by @Ancoders “Parser” (https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/558428881/).

You can use it with credit.
IGABMS
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Scratchedia - The Internet on Scratch, that's safe (Applications Closed)

kkidslogin wrote:

ToastersUnited wrote:

-Mysticoder- wrote:

xouzouris wrote:

-Mysticoder- wrote:

Hi, just asking, why will you need a bad word blocker if you are using whitelisting? If you use whitelisting, bad words are already out of the question, right?
Actually, we thought of using whitelist in order to prevent random people from making inappropriate websites while we're making Scratchedia, when It's released, there won't be whitelist. That's where we'll use the bad word blocker.
Guys… it's compulsory to use Whitelisting if you are making a Cloud project on Scratch, unless you are all tired of Scratch and would like to be blocked. I am on Project Meower as a cloud dev and I'm in charge of the actual phrases selection system on the client side. Meower is using Whitelisting, just a more complicated one. We stored every possible sentence on a list and only let them select each phrase as long as it's a valid option. As for negotiations with the ST, it's just to ensure that the phrases stay safe and that we are actually sticking to whitelisting as Meower has made the Whitelist as open as possible, thus meaning that we would need to negotiate with the ST. For the internet on Scratch, if you want to allow people to code websites, better stick to a language like Scratch, and only allow certain phrases to be displayed on the web page. If you are going to allow users to type out their own web page, then, find a way to predefine every possible website a person can type…
Seems good to me. I understand mowers “Sentence stringing and checking for allowance”, in other words, stringing words together and seeing if they match an allowed phrase. We'll need lots of phrases though, and I dont know if this will work for websites.. We'll have to figure out another way of white listing that involves more ways to make pre-made sentences. Possibly even make a bot that allows you to submit phrases via comments. If it passes scratch comment filter then it should be allowed

The how bout we make a duplicate of the comment filter?
A possibility is to make all phrases selected be posted in the comments on another project that just hosts everything, aiding moderators (“community patrol (members)”) in recovering all traffic sent, but that might take down the server accidentially.

Founder of Funkin' Files and IParseQuick!

Demo it Today!


What is IParse Quick?
IParseQuick is a multi-parameter, ultra-fast parser, capable of handling almost unlimited values! Inspired by @Ancoders “Parser” (https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/558428881/).

You can use it with credit.
IGABMS
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Scratchedia - The Internet on Scratch, that's safe (Applications Closed)

I have a solution- what if “The Scratchedia Foundation” just created the software, and let's other people run it?

Founder of Funkin' Files and IParseQuick!

Demo it Today!


What is IParse Quick?
IParseQuick is a multi-parameter, ultra-fast parser, capable of handling almost unlimited values! Inspired by @Ancoders “Parser” (https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/558428881/).

You can use it with credit.
IGABMS
Scratcher
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Scratchedia - The Internet on Scratch, that's safe (Applications Closed)

ToastersUnited wrote:

-Mysticoder- wrote:

xouzouris wrote:

-Mysticoder- wrote:

Hi, just asking, why will you need a bad word blocker if you are using whitelisting? If you use whitelisting, bad words are already out of the question, right?
Actually, we thought of using whitelist in order to prevent random people from making inappropriate websites while we're making Scratchedia, when It's released, there won't be whitelist. That's where we'll use the bad word blocker.
Guys… it's compulsory to use Whitelisting if you are making a Cloud project on Scratch, unless you are all tired of Scratch and would like to be blocked. I am on Project Meower as a cloud dev and I'm in charge of the actual phrases selection system on the client side. Meower is using Whitelisting, just a more complicated one. We stored every possible sentence on a list and only let them select each phrase as long as it's a valid option. As for negotiations with the ST, it's just to ensure that the phrases stay safe and that we are actually sticking to whitelisting as Meower has made the Whitelist as open as possible, thus meaning that we would need to negotiate with the ST. For the internet on Scratch, if you want to allow people to code websites, better stick to a language like Scratch, and only allow certain phrases to be displayed on the web page. If you are going to allow users to type out their own web page, then, find a way to predefine every possible website a person can type…
Seems good to me. I understand mowers “Sentence stringing and checking for allowance”, in other words, stringing words together and seeing if they match an allowed phrase. We'll need lots of phrases though, and I dont know if this will work for websites.. We'll have to figure out another way of white listing that involves more ways to make pre-made sentences. Possibly even make a bot that allows you to submit phrases via comments. If it passes scratch comment filter then it should be allowed
Haha i didn't see this post but I had the EXACT same idea (I repeated what you said )

Founder of Funkin' Files and IParseQuick!

Demo it Today!


What is IParse Quick?
IParseQuick is a multi-parameter, ultra-fast parser, capable of handling almost unlimited values! Inspired by @Ancoders “Parser” (https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/558428881/).

You can use it with credit.
kkidslogin
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Scratchedia - The Internet on Scratch, that's safe (Applications Closed)

Can we just do a whitelist of words? I've seen a lot of projects that just use that.

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xouzouris
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Scratchedia - The Internet on Scratch, that's safe (Applications Closed)

kkidslogin wrote:

Can we just do a whitelist of words? I've seen a lot of projects that just use that.
I agree. This just got complicated

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xouzouris
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Scratchedia - The Internet on Scratch, that's safe (Applications Closed)

IGABMS wrote:

I have a solution- what if “The Scratchedia Foundation” just created the software, and let's other people run it?
Wdym

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xouzouris
Scratcher
100+ posts

Scratchedia - The Internet on Scratch, that's safe (Applications Closed)

-Mysticoder- wrote:

xouzouris wrote:

-Mysticoder- wrote:

Hi, just asking, why will you need a bad word blocker if you are using whitelisting? If you use whitelisting, bad words are already out of the question, right?
Actually, we thought of using whitelist in order to prevent random people from making inappropriate websites while we're making Scratchedia, when It's released, there won't be whitelist. That's where we'll use the bad word blocker.
Guys… it's compulsory to use Whitelisting if you are making a Cloud project on Scratch, unless you are all tired of Scratch and would like to be blocked. I am on Project Meower as a cloud dev and I'm in charge of the actual phrases selection system on the client side. Meower is using Whitelisting, just a more complicated one. We stored every possible sentence on a list and only let them select each phrase as long as it's a valid option. As for negotiations with the ST, it's just to ensure that the phrases stay safe and that we are actually sticking to whitelisting as Meower has made the Whitelist as open as possible, thus meaning that we would need to negotiate with the ST. For the internet on Scratch, if you want to allow people to code websites, better stick to a language like Scratch, and only allow certain phrases to be displayed on the web page. If you are going to allow users to type out their own web page, then, find a way to predefine every possible website a person can type…
OK, but we should at least give users the illusion of freedom. Also why should the programming language be similar to scratch?

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DragonfruitTV
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xouzouris wrote:

DragonfruitTV wrote:

xouzouris wrote:

If anybody (that I've missed, in the collab) wants to be whitelisted in my project, tell me.
I do.
Are you in the collab?
Yes.

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