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101Corp
Scratcher
1000+ posts

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

ToastersUnited wrote:

101Corp wrote:

ToastersUnited wrote:

101Corp wrote:

Scratchedia wrote:

101Corp wrote:

THERE IS A TORNADO WATCH IN NYC THATS ILLEGAL
Holy cow- do you livve there?
yes.
Stay safe
I thought there was like a huricane in (lousiana?)
Yes, the post tropical remanant hit us
Stronger than the HURRICANE that also took a direct hit on us
Also, if you step into NYC, it’s raining 24/7
Wow
I saw it on the news, was there flooding in New York too?
Also we should get back on topic after you answer this
Yes there was flooding.
Flash flood warnings all around.

Last edited by 101Corp (Sept. 4, 2021 09:05:06)


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
xMysticalCoder
Scratcher
500+ posts

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

we need someone to design the stuff…. like when you search, things pop up (for now just put test), and buttons,etc. After that I can conect it to the database. I can only tell what I should do better after the scratch project is completed.

- xMysticalCoder
Scratchedia
Scratcher
51 posts

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

xMysticalCoder wrote:

we need someone to design the stuff…. like when you search, things pop up (for now just put test), and buttons,etc. After that I can conect it to the database. I can only tell what I should do better after the scratch project is completed.
Btw, the code will run on its own, we won't need anyone to run their computer 24/7, right?
xMysticalCoder
Scratcher
500+ posts

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

Scratchedia wrote:

xMysticalCoder wrote:

we need someone to design the stuff…. like when you search, things pop up (for now just put test), and buttons,etc. After that I can conect it to the database. I can only tell what I should do better after the scratch project is completed.
Btw, the code will run on its own, we won't need anyone to run their computer 24/7, right?
i have a idea. theres a code which gives hacker for 30 days, (so i can turn on always on), and after that I would create another account and use the code. So basically the code wont be running for like 5 minutes every month.

- xMysticalCoder
Scratchedia
Scratcher
51 posts

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

xMysticalCoder wrote:

Scratchedia wrote:

xMysticalCoder wrote:

we need someone to design the stuff…. like when you search, things pop up (for now just put test), and buttons,etc. After that I can conect it to the database. I can only tell what I should do better after the scratch project is completed.
Btw, the code will run on its own, we won't need anyone to run their computer 24/7, right?
i have a idea. theres a code which gives hacker for 30 days, (so i can turn on always on), and after that I would create another account and use the code. So basically the code wont be running for like 5 minutes every month.
Oh ok. So as long as you have a hacker account, the server will be running?
xMysticalCoder
Scratcher
500+ posts

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

Scratchedia wrote:

xMysticalCoder wrote:

Scratchedia wrote:

xMysticalCoder wrote:

we need someone to design the stuff…. like when you search, things pop up (for now just put test), and buttons,etc. After that I can conect it to the database. I can only tell what I should do better after the scratch project is completed.
Btw, the code will run on its own, we won't need anyone to run their computer 24/7, right?
i have a idea. theres a code which gives hacker for 30 days, (so i can turn on always on), and after that I would create another account and use the code. So basically the code wont be running for like 5 minutes every month.
Oh ok. So as long as you have a hacker account, the server will be running?
ye you can also boost it, so you get more speed, and faster connection time, and you can make it private, so that no one tries to steal our project, unless you want to open source it.

- xMysticalCoder
Tetris3DS
Scratcher
500+ posts

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

IGABMS wrote:

Scratchedia wrote:

xMysticalCoder wrote:

Ok i just layed out a plan for Scratchedia.

1. User runs Scratchedia
2. User searches a page:
3. Goes to repl database
4. Fetches URL
5. If URL not there, return error, and return to step 1
6. Show web data. Users can search by clicking the search bar on the top.
7. User creates a page:
8. Ask for URL
9. Check if URL is taken
10. If taken, return to step 8
11. If URL isn't taken, then ask for web data, OR we can create our own website builder
12. Encode all parts of the page
13. Send to database and then it saves
14. Return to step 1
Hmm… Interesting… So the server code will run and be stored on Repl? We won't need to pay any fee? And there won't be any storage limit to the database? If so, then that's a great plan. Btw I'm also planning on creating music and flash animation files that can be played on your browser. Website creators will have the ability to add them in their websites.
Nice.

P.S. We have a 5 gb limit.

I have an old 16gb flashdrive lying around,
my grandpa told me a 10 MB Flash Drive used to be $100k like more than 25 yrs ago

Last edited by Tetris3DS (Sept. 4, 2021 15:50:33)


Common knowledge wrote:

The Sky is Blue
Scratchedia
Scratcher
51 posts

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

xMysticalCoder wrote:

Scratchedia wrote:

xMysticalCoder wrote:

Scratchedia wrote:

xMysticalCoder wrote:

we need someone to design the stuff…. like when you search, things pop up (for now just put test), and buttons,etc. After that I can conect it to the database. I can only tell what I should do better after the scratch project is completed.
Btw, the code will run on its own, we won't need anyone to run their computer 24/7, right?
i have a idea. theres a code which gives hacker for 30 days, (so i can turn on always on), and after that I would create another account and use the code. So basically the code wont be running for like 5 minutes every month.
Oh ok. So as long as you have a hacker account, the server will be running?
ye you can also boost it, so you get more speed, and faster connection time, and you can make it private, so that no one tries to steal our project, unless you want to open source it.
No way, we're not making it open source, we don't want people to have access to the scratchedia account, do we?
Scratchedia
Scratcher
51 posts

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

Tetris3DS wrote:

IGABMS wrote:

Scratchedia wrote:

xMysticalCoder wrote:

Ok i just layed out a plan for Scratchedia.

1. User runs Scratchedia
2. User searches a page:
3. Goes to repl database
4. Fetches URL
5. If URL not there, return error, and return to step 1
6. Show web data. Users can search by clicking the search bar on the top.
7. User creates a page:
8. Ask for URL
9. Check if URL is taken
10. If taken, return to step 8
11. If URL isn't taken, then ask for web data, OR we can create our own website builder
12. Encode all parts of the page
13. Send to database and then it saves
14. Return to step 1
Hmm… Interesting… So the server code will run and be stored on Repl? We won't need to pay any fee? And there won't be any storage limit to the database? If so, then that's a great plan. Btw I'm also planning on creating music and flash animation files that can be played on your browser. Website creators will have the ability to add them in their websites.
Nice.

P.S. We have a 5 gb limit.

I have an old 16gb flashdrive lying around,
my grandpa told me a 10 MB Flash Drive used to be $100k like more than 25 yrs ago
Well not that much. But it was expensive. In the 80's, 10 MB of hard drive storage cost 3k. Now you can buy a 256 GB SD card for like 30 bucks.

Last edited by Scratchedia (Sept. 4, 2021 18:39:09)

ToastersUnited
Scratcher
500+ posts

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

Scratchedia wrote:

Tetris3DS wrote:

IGABMS wrote:

Scratchedia wrote:

xMysticalCoder wrote:

Ok i just layed out a plan for Scratchedia.

1. User runs Scratchedia
2. User searches a page:
3. Goes to repl database
4. Fetches URL
5. If URL not there, return error, and return to step 1
6. Show web data. Users can search by clicking the search bar on the top.
7. User creates a page:
8. Ask for URL
9. Check if URL is taken
10. If taken, return to step 8
11. If URL isn't taken, then ask for web data, OR we can create our own website builder
12. Encode all parts of the page
13. Send to database and then it saves
14. Return to step 1
Hmm… Interesting… So the server code will run and be stored on Repl? We won't need to pay any fee? And there won't be any storage limit to the database? If so, then that's a great plan. Btw I'm also planning on creating music and flash animation files that can be played on your browser. Website creators will have the ability to add them in their websites.
Nice.

P.S. We have a 5 gb limit.

I have an old 16gb flashdrive lying around,
my grandpa told me a 10 MB Flash Drive used to be $100k like more than 25 yrs ago
Well not that much. But it was expensive. In the 80's, 10 MB of hard drive storage cost 3k. Now you can buy a 256 GB SD card for like 30 bucks.
Obviously, why do you think old computers were very basic and bareley designed? Because storage was limited and expensive. However, back then, with 10 MB, people would think your making thousands of programs! (Maybe a bit overegsaderated, but theres a 60 euro game i have. Its 113 GB. Games back then were bareley MB's. Scratch projects are tiny size, yet can do a lot!)
French Guyana
Barbados
And
Guam!
(Also i found a 1 TB hard drive for 40 pounds sterling on a site idk if i can name it but its SPACE MAN BEZOS land)

Last edited by ToastersUnited (Sept. 4, 2021 22:37:51)


My signature buttons were made by Lightning Studios 3.0


Basketball fam
Linguistics fam
11
Irish
English, Irish, Finnish, French, Portugese, Dutch
Feel free to talk to me about your culture! I love learning about other countries!


Try out my scratch resume maker!
“Hello There”
-Obi Wan Kenobi

Go to this project and say “I want to join sovga!” 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.
Scratchedia
Scratcher
51 posts

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

ToastersUnited wrote:

Scratchedia wrote:

Tetris3DS wrote:

IGABMS wrote:

Scratchedia wrote:

xMysticalCoder wrote:

Ok i just layed out a plan for Scratchedia.

1. User runs Scratchedia
2. User searches a page:
3. Goes to repl database
4. Fetches URL
5. If URL not there, return error, and return to step 1
6. Show web data. Users can search by clicking the search bar on the top.
7. User creates a page:
8. Ask for URL
9. Check if URL is taken
10. If taken, return to step 8
11. If URL isn't taken, then ask for web data, OR we can create our own website builder
12. Encode all parts of the page
13. Send to database and then it saves
14. Return to step 1
Hmm… Interesting… So the server code will run and be stored on Repl? We won't need to pay any fee? And there won't be any storage limit to the database? If so, then that's a great plan. Btw I'm also planning on creating music and flash animation files that can be played on your browser. Website creators will have the ability to add them in their websites.
Nice.

P.S. We have a 5 gb limit.

I have an old 16gb flashdrive lying around,
my grandpa told me a 10 MB Flash Drive used to be $100k like more than 25 yrs ago
Well not that much. But it was expensive. In the 80's, 10 MB of hard drive storage cost 3k. Now you can buy a 256 GB SD card for like 30 bucks.
Obviously, why do you think old computers were very basic and bareley designed? Because storage was limited and expensive. However, back then, with 10 MB, people would think your making thousands of programs! (Maybe a bit overegsaderated, but theres a 60 euro game i have. Its 113 GB. Games back then were bareley MB's. Scratch projects are tiny size, yet can do a lot!)
French Guyana
Barbados
And
Guam!
(Also i found a 1 TB hard drive for 40 pounds sterling on a site idk if i can name it but its SPACE MAN BEZOS land)
We didn't say 80's computers were basic or barely designed. They were basic, that's a fact, but they weren't barely designed. And yes, 10 megabytes back then could theoretically store 1000 programs written in BASIC. And also, computer games back then weren't even megabytes in size, they were at max, 64 kilobytes. Having a bigger size doesn't mean it will be better. It just means more complex code, higher detail graphics, and generally less limitations. Minecraft is 1 gigabyte while Fortnite is 26 gigabytes. And of course, Minecraft is infinitely better than Fortnite.
xouzouris
Scratcher
100+ posts

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

Do we have a programming language for scratchedia?

Last edited by xouzouris (Sept. 5, 2021 15:28:34)


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

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

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

xouzouris wrote:

Do we have a programming language for scratchedia?
We dont need one, all we need is a web designer

- xMysticalCoder
IGABMS
Scratcher
100+ posts

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

xMysticalCoder wrote:

xouzouris wrote:

Do we have a programming language for scratchedia?
We dont need one, all we need is a web designer
In Scratch or on Repl? I can do both, but I think a beta language isn't a bad thing to have.

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
100+ posts

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

I'm glad Scratchedia is getting somewhere.

R.I.P. Codingland

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.
xouzouris
Scratcher
100+ posts

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

IGABMS wrote:

I'm glad Scratchedia is getting somewhere.

R.I.P. Codingland
Wdym, he re-joined.

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

Don't forget to keep on Scratchin'
Scratchedia
Scratcher
51 posts

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

We need a logo… Something that is simple and stands out.
Scratchedia
Scratcher
51 posts

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

Ok, I made it. How does it look?
ToastersUnited
Scratcher
500+ posts

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

Scratchedia wrote:

Ok, I made it. How does it look?
No, yes
(“No” is Finnish for “well”)

My signature buttons were made by Lightning Studios 3.0


Basketball fam
Linguistics fam
11
Irish
English, Irish, Finnish, French, Portugese, Dutch
Feel free to talk to me about your culture! I love learning about other countries!


Try out my scratch resume maker!
“Hello There”
-Obi Wan Kenobi

Go to this project and say “I want to join sovga!” 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.
MonkeyBop
Scratcher
78 posts

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

Scratchedia wrote:

ToastersUnited wrote:

Scratchedia wrote:

Tetris3DS wrote:

IGABMS wrote:

Scratchedia wrote:

xMysticalCoder wrote:

Ok i just layed out a plan for Scratchedia.

1. User runs Scratchedia
2. User searches a page:
3. Goes to repl database
4. Fetches URL
5. If URL not there, return error, and return to step 1
6. Show web data. Users can search by clicking the search bar on the top.
7. User creates a page:
8. Ask for URL
9. Check if URL is taken
10. If taken, return to step 8
11. If URL isn't taken, then ask for web data, OR we can create our own website builder
12. Encode all parts of the page
13. Send to database and then it saves
14. Return to step 1
Hmm… Interesting… So the server code will run and be stored on Repl? We won't need to pay any fee? And there won't be any storage limit to the database? If so, then that's a great plan. Btw I'm also planning on creating music and flash animation files that can be played on your browser. Website creators will have the ability to add them in their websites.
Nice.

P.S. We have a 5 gb limit.

I have an old 16gb flashdrive lying around,
my grandpa told me a 10 MB Flash Drive used to be $100k like more than 25 yrs ago
Well not that much. But it was expensive. In the 80's, 10 MB of hard drive storage cost 3k. Now you can buy a 256 GB SD card for like 30 bucks.
Obviously, why do you think old computers were very basic and bareley designed? Because storage was limited and expensive. However, back then, with 10 MB, people would think your making thousands of programs! (Maybe a bit overegsaderated, but theres a 60 euro game i have. Its 113 GB. Games back then were bareley MB's. Scratch projects are tiny size, yet can do a lot!)
French Guyana
Barbados
And
Guam!
(Also i found a 1 TB hard drive for 40 pounds sterling on a site idk if i can name it but its SPACE MAN BEZOS land)
We didn't say 80's computers were basic or barely designed. They were basic, that's a fact, but they weren't barely designed. And yes, 10 megabytes back then could theoretically store 1000 programs written in BASIC. And also, computer games back then weren't even megabytes in size, they were at max, 64 kilobytes. Having a bigger size doesn't mean it will be better. It just means more complex code, higher detail graphics, and generally less limitations. Minecraft is 1 gigabyte while Fortnite is 26 gigabytes. And of course, Minecraft is infinitely better than Fortnite.
I think this is a bit off-track.

I'm kind of between projects right now. I got Windows 11 sim done (for now), I've taken a break from DiskMod, and I'm just kind of chillin. Of course, I am starting to join Lavascript, and am working on my mysterious Adacraft projects, Snap! creations, and awesome book.

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