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meepeygamer567
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Make a new category for global and Make a Category for local on the Explore Page

We all know it by now. The explore page is global. Who knows? Is it a bug or a feature? Due to this change, there have been some problems with finding the correct language in a project, but I still found a few awesome projects on the Explore page even though they're not English. From what the community has said, this isn't what they want. I personally find the current Explore page amazing so why not Make a new Global category and one for Local

Pros
- People can visit projects in their native language and visit other language projects
- This can unite the community even more (see #3)
- More original projects can be found

Cons
- There is the language barrier

Last edited by meepeygamer567 (Aug. 10, 2022 20:26:41)



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Make a new category for global and Make a Category for local on the Explore Page

I think that making the explore page global connects the scratch community more, so support.



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Za-Chary
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Make a new category for global and Make a Category for local on the Explore Page

meepeygamer567 wrote:

- This can unite the community even more
I don't know about that. If the Explore page is already “global,” adding an option to get away from this global Explore page would probably just encourage users to not view the global projects (they'd rather view projects they can understand, after all). I would therefore think that this unites the community less — unless you mean “unite the local community even more.” But I would think those who speak the same language are already united pretty well.

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AlfieisCOOLatScratch
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Make a new category for global and Make a Category for local on the Explore Page

meepeygamer567 wrote:

We all know it by now. The explore page is global. Who knows? Is it a bug or a feature? Due to this change, there have been some problems with finding the correct language in a project, but I still found a few awesome projects on the Explore page even though they're not English. From what the community has said, this isn't what they want. I personally find the current Explore page amazing so why not Make a new Global category and one for Local

Pros
- People can visit projects in their native language and visit other language projects
- This can unite the community even more
- More original projects can be found

Cons
- There is the language barrier
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Euglena73
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Make a new category for global and Make a Category for local on the Explore Page

Semi-support. It is worth noting that communities speaking the same language are quite united, and in Scratch we want to bring people from different countries closer to each other, so global trends make sense. However, it's a pretty good idea, and I'd love to read what other people say.

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meepeygamer567
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Make a new category for global and Make a Category for local on the Explore Page

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Unity_and_Cq
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Make a new category for global and Make a Category for local on the Explore Page

Hm. No support. No support because for many projects, you don't need to know a language to view it. Plus, why would local ever be helpful? To meet people near you? You shouldn't share personal info so I mean-

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depresso-boiyo
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Make a new category for global and Make a Category for local on the Explore Page

meepeygamer567 wrote:

We all know it by now. The explore page is global. Who knows? Is it a bug or a feature? Due to this change, there have been some problems with finding the correct language in a project, but I still found a few awesome projects on the Explore page even though they're not English. From what the community has said, this isn't what they want. I personally find the current Explore page amazing so why not Make a new Global category and one for Local

Pros
- People can visit projects in their native language and visit other language projects
- This can unite the community even more (see #3)
- More original projects can be found

Cons
- There is the language barrier
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meepeygamer567
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Make a new category for global and Make a Category for local on the Explore Page

Unity_and_Cq wrote:

(#7)
Hm. No support. No support because for many projects, you don't need to know a language to view it.
Well, you can view all projects that are shared regardless of language but you do need to know that language to understand it.

Example:
This project is a project written entirely in Japanese. Sure I can move around, but I have no idea what most of it means.

Therefore “There is the language barrier” is a con

Unity_and_Cq wrote:

(#7)
Plus, why would local ever be helpful? To meet people near you? You shouldn't share personal info so I mean-
I assumed that people reading would think local is in your whole country (US, Mexico, Canada) not in your current city, town, or village local

Last edited by meepeygamer567 (Aug. 12, 2022 18:53:59)



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meepeygamer567
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meepeygamer567
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Make a new category for global and Make a Category for local on the Explore Page

meepeygamer567 wrote:

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DrakeBot17
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Make a new category for global and Make a Category for local on the Explore Page

This is semi-related to the topic but I wish the explore page turned back to “Local” again. I do appreciate everyone on scratch being united but it's hard to enjoy the explore page anymore when I can't understand half of it.
TheGlassPenguin
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Make a new category for global and Make a Category for local on the Explore Page

I do not support this.
I, for one, like seeing projects in other languages, even if I don't understand them, and they sometimes can be better than English ones. Making the page hide projects in different languages could cause people to miss out on some of what others make.
meepeygamer567
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Make a new category for global and Make a Category for local on the Explore Page

TheGlassPenguin wrote:

(#13)
I do not support this.
I, for one, like seeing projects in other languages, even if I don't understand them, and they sometimes can be better than English ones. Making the page hide projects in different languages could cause people to miss out on some of what others make.
How will this suggestion hide projects? This suggestion just makes a category for the original Explore page format and the current Explore page. It doesn't hide anything like the Games or Tutorials categories.


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meepeygamer567
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Make a new category for global and Make a Category for local on the Explore Page

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ScolderCreations
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Make a new category for global and Make a Category for local on the Explore Page

I don't see any valid reason not to support this. It gives more customization and gives you more projects you can actually understand.

meepeygamer567
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Make a new category for global and Make a Category for local on the Explore Page

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meepeygamer567
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Make a new category for global and Make a Category for local on the Explore Page

meepeygamer567 wrote:

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meepeygamer567
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Make a new category for global and Make a Category for local on the Explore Page

meepeygamer567 wrote:

(#19)

meepeygamer567 wrote:

(#18)
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For children aged 11-16, Scratch’s content covers topics such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and basic coding skills. The website gives kids fun activities to learn by creating games, drawing cute animations, playing various games, and solving puzzles.

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