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

I'm working on the client - server communication. Also, kop.

Last edited by xouzouris (July 31, 2021 21:32:50)


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

xouzouris wrote:

I'm working on the client - server communication. Also, kop.
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MonkeyBop
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xouzouris wrote:

-Mysticoder- wrote:

xouzouris 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 woBecausen'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?
Because unless you don't allow people to view others code, they can add in not too nice words as comments and make life hard for you guys. As for illusion of freedom, that's what Meower's doing. However, you must redefine the whole website, so may I suggest you only allowed moderators to make sites, and other people who want sites must submit the site through other projects.
Why should they submit the site through other projects and not one project? ?
I have an idea, but it would involve a lot of hassle and using a scratch mod. So anyway, Adacraft supports an extension called CloudLink. CloudLink enables communication between multiple projects. So there would be a main Scratchedia project, a project to submit websites and a project to process websites.
Site Submitted>Site Reviewed>Site Added to Scratchedia
I could help a bit, I guess, when it comes to basic Adacraft questions.

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101Corp
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Scratchedia - The Internet on Scratch, that's safe (Applications Closed)

Add a scratch SB3 file into a server, open SB3 and make sure it is in a Scratchedia programming language to easily move it into Scratchedia and check for non scratch friendly content, if none add the site to Scratchedia and remove the site from the server. Can have the site where you make an account and you can look at messages to see if your site got approved, when it will be added, if it is added yet, etc. Contact Ancoder for that. Ancoder can help you. Ancoder is a Python/HTML god. Well mostly Python and lots of HTML.

There is more siggy where this came from. You know the drill, Highlight, Shift + Down.
I’m bored so ima just put Siri suggested words
I have a lot of work done today and I will need to get a new car for you and me if you need me to help you out with the project lol lol I need to get a gas station and I can make a quick load of money lol lol I need to get a gas station lol lol I need to get a gas station lol lol I need to get a gas station lol lol I need to get a gas station lol lol I have a lot to go do I need to get a gas ⛽️ gas station lol lol I need to get a gas station lol lol
101Corp
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Scratchedia - The Internet on Scratch, that's safe (Applications Closed)

MonkeyBop wrote:

xouzouris wrote:

-Mysticoder- wrote:

xouzouris 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 woBecausen'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?
Because unless you don't allow people to view others code, they can add in not too nice words as comments and make life hard for you guys. As for illusion of freedom, that's what Meower's doing. However, you must redefine the whole website, so may I suggest you only allowed moderators to make sites, and other people who want sites must submit the site through other projects.
Why should they submit the site through other projects and not one project? ?
I have an idea, but it would involve a lot of hassle and using a scratch mod. So anyway, Adacraft supports an extension called CloudLink. CloudLink enables communication between multiple projects. So there would be a main Scratchedia project, a project to submit websites and a project to process websites.
Site Submitted>Site Reviewed>Site Added to Scratchedia
I could help a bit, I guess, when it comes to basic Adacraft questions.
How do you use cloudlink? I need to figure this out

101Corp wrote:

Add a scratch SB3 file into a server, open SB3 and make sure it is in a Scratchedia programming language to easily move it into Scratchedia and check for non scratch friendly content, if none add the site to Scratchedia and remove the site from the server. Can have the site where you make an account and you can look at messages to see if your site got approved, when it will be added, if it is added yet, etc. Contact Ancoder for that. Ancoder can help you. Ancoder is a Python/HTML god. Well mostly Python and lots of HTML.
Also quoted just in case you want to see this

There is more siggy where this came from. You know the drill, Highlight, Shift + Down.
I’m bored so ima just put Siri suggested words
I have a lot of work done today and I will need to get a new car for you and me if you need me to help you out with the project lol lol I need to get a gas station and I can make a quick load of money lol lol I need to get a gas station lol lol I need to get a gas station lol lol I need to get a gas station lol lol I need to get a gas station lol lol I have a lot to go do I need to get a gas ⛽️ gas station lol lol I need to get a gas station lol lol
xouzouris
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Scratchedia - The Internet on Scratch, that's safe (Applications Closed)

Guys, we can make this with one project. We don't need different projects.

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xouzouris
Scratcher
100+ posts

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

101Corp wrote:

MonkeyBop wrote:

xouzouris wrote:

-Mysticoder- wrote:

xouzouris 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 woBecausen'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?
Because unless you don't allow people to view others code, they can add in not too nice words as comments and make life hard for you guys. As for illusion of freedom, that's what Meower's doing. However, you must redefine the whole website, so may I suggest you only allowed moderators to make sites, and other people who want sites must submit the site through other projects.
Why should they submit the site through other projects and not one project? ?
I have an idea, but it would involve a lot of hassle and using a scratch mod. So anyway, Adacraft supports an extension called CloudLink. CloudLink enables communication between multiple projects. So there would be a main Scratchedia project, a project to submit websites and a project to process websites.
Site Submitted>Site Reviewed>Site Added to Scratchedia
I could help a bit, I guess, when it comes to basic Adacraft questions.
How do you use cloudlink? I need to figure this out

101Corp wrote:

Add a scratch SB3 file into a server, open SB3 and make sure it is in a Scratchedia programming language to easily move it into Scratchedia and check for non scratch friendly content, if none add the site to Scratchedia and remove the site from the server. Can have the site where you make an account and you can look at messages to see if your site got approved, when it will be added, if it is added yet, etc. Contact Ancoder for that. Ancoder can help you. Ancoder is a Python/HTML god. Well mostly Python and lots of HTML.
Also quoted just in case you want to see this
I'm curious, why do think we should make separate projects for submiting and proccessing websites? What are the advantages?

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Don't forget to keep on Scratchin'
xouzouris
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Scratchedia - The Internet on Scratch, that's safe (Applications Closed)

Ok so I have scratchclient installed and I can control cloud variables using python. So I just have to write a python server script.

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ToastersUnited
Scratcher
500+ posts

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

xouzouris wrote:

101Corp wrote:

MonkeyBop wrote:

xouzouris wrote:

-Mysticoder- wrote:

xouzouris 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 woBecausen'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?
Because unless you don't allow people to view others code, they can add in not too nice words as comments and make life hard for you guys. As for illusion of freedom, that's what Meower's doing. However, you must redefine the whole website, so may I suggest you only allowed moderators to make sites, and other people who want sites must submit the site through other projects.
Why should they submit the site through other projects and not one project? ?
I have an idea, but it would involve a lot of hassle and using a scratch mod. So anyway, Adacraft supports an extension called CloudLink. CloudLink enables communication between multiple projects. So there would be a main Scratchedia project, a project to submit websites and a project to process websites.
Site Submitted>Site Reviewed>Site Added to Scratchedia
I could help a bit, I guess, when it comes to basic Adacraft questions.
How do you use cloudlink? I need to figure this out

101Corp wrote:

Add a scratch SB3 file into a server, open SB3 and make sure it is in a Scratchedia programming language to easily move it into Scratchedia and check for non scratch friendly content, if none add the site to Scratchedia and remove the site from the server. Can have the site where you make an account and you can look at messages to see if your site got approved, when it will be added, if it is added yet, etc. Contact Ancoder for that. Ancoder can help you. Ancoder is a Python/HTML god. Well mostly Python and lots of HTML.
Also quoted just in case you want to see this
I'm curious, why do think we should make separate projects for submiting and proccessing websites? What are the advantages?
scratch has only 5mb of code 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.
xouzouris
Scratcher
100+ posts

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

ToastersUnited wrote:

xouzouris wrote:

101Corp wrote:

MonkeyBop wrote:

xouzouris wrote:

-Mysticoder- wrote:

xouzouris 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 woBecausen'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?
Because unless you don't allow people to view others code, they can add in not too nice words as comments and make life hard for you guys. As for illusion of freedom, that's what Meower's doing. However, you must redefine the whole website, so may I suggest you only allowed moderators to make sites, and other people who want sites must submit the site through other projects.
Why should they submit the site through other projects and not one project? ?
I have an idea, but it would involve a lot of hassle and using a scratch mod. So anyway, Adacraft supports an extension called CloudLink. CloudLink enables communication between multiple projects. So there would be a main Scratchedia project, a project to submit websites and a project to process websites.
Site Submitted>Site Reviewed>Site Added to Scratchedia
I could help a bit, I guess, when it comes to basic Adacraft questions.
How do you use cloudlink? I need to figure this out

101Corp wrote:

Add a scratch SB3 file into a server, open SB3 and make sure it is in a Scratchedia programming language to easily move it into Scratchedia and check for non scratch friendly content, if none add the site to Scratchedia and remove the site from the server. Can have the site where you make an account and you can look at messages to see if your site got approved, when it will be added, if it is added yet, etc. Contact Ancoder for that. Ancoder can help you. Ancoder is a Python/HTML god. Well mostly Python and lots of HTML.
Also quoted just in case you want to see this
I'm curious, why do think we should make separate projects for submiting and proccessing websites? What are the advantages?
scratch has only 5mb of code allowed
Hmm… I've personally never had that problem, and I don't think it'll really bother us considering the fact that the entirety of scratchedia, currently, shouldn't surpass 200 kb. 5mb is like 25x scratchedia in its current form.

Last edited by xouzouris (Aug. 6, 2021 12:29:20)


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

First time I pinged the server… I have no words…

Last edited by xouzouris (Aug. 7, 2021 11:17:34)


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

Life is busy, but I'll try to make more time for Scratch(edia) sorry.

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

kkidslogin wrote:

Life is busy, but I'll try to make more time for Scratch(edia) sorry.
Ok, no need to apologise. I am very cheerful today. I setup scratchclient on my raspberry pi. Right now it only tells you the ping, but you can check it out here.

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

Guys, who ever is in charge- can we swich our focus and rename the topic to another project that we have more motivation for?

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xouzouris
Scratcher
100+ posts

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

IGABMS wrote:

Guys, who ever is in charge- can we swich our focus and rename the topic to another project that we have more motivation for?
Lol good idea. But for real now, why is everybody so demotivated?

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

Shoot i forgot about this. I was scrolling through my mail and found it again. E.

am i fired yet? if not anyway I can help out?

- xMysticalCoder
xouzouris
Scratcher
100+ posts

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

xMysticalCoder wrote:

Shoot i forgot about this. I was scrolling through my mail and found it again. E.

am i fired yet? if not anyway I can help out?
Nah you're not fired, but I you'd like, you could work on the interface. Have you guys created a programming language for scratchedia? Also for some reason auto-correct has the word scratchedia…

My little cousin asked me why we can't make and run a nuclear reactor at home…

Don't forget to keep on Scratchin'
ToastersUnited
Scratcher
500+ posts

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

xouzouris wrote:

xMysticalCoder wrote:

Shoot i forgot about this. I was scrolling through my mail and found it again. E.

am i fired yet? if not anyway I can help out?
Nah you're not fired, but I you'd like, you could work on the interface. Have you guys created a programming language for scratchedia? Also for some reason auto-correct has the word scratchedia…
It has scratchedia because you type it a lot. Also, im working on one using ancoders parser

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.
xouzouris
Scratcher
100+ posts

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

ToastersUnited wrote:

xouzouris wrote:

xMysticalCoder wrote:

Shoot i forgot about this. I was scrolling through my mail and found it again. E.

am i fired yet? if not anyway I can help out?
Nah you're not fired, but I you'd like, you could work on the interface. Have you guys created a programming language for scratchedia? Also for some reason auto-correct has the word scratchedia…
It has scratchedia because you type it a lot.
Yeah I thought it was that but I wasn't sure..

ToastersUnited wrote:

xouzouris wrote:

xMysticalCoder wrote:

Shoot i forgot about this. I was scrolling through my mail and found it again. E.

am i fired yet? if not anyway I can help out?
Nah you're not fired, but I you'd like, you could work on the interface. Have you guys created a programming language for scratchedia? Also for some reason auto-correct has the word scratchedia…
Also, im working on one using ancoders parser
Ok great.

Last edited by xouzouris (Aug. 11, 2021 16:33:30)


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

xouzouris wrote:

xMysticalCoder wrote:

Shoot i forgot about this. I was scrolling through my mail and found it again. E.

am i fired yet? if not anyway I can help out?
Nah you're not fired, but I you'd like, you could work on the interface. Have you guys created a programming language for scratchedia? Also for some reason auto-correct has the word scratchedia…
So basically I work on the page design? What theme colors?

- xMysticalCoder

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