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kaemar
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A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

If anyone minds, I need collaborators https://scratch.mit.edu/discuss/topic/280930/?page=1#post-2871592 making a fnaf fan game

Yo to everyone.
I make tributes! Slideshows with effects based on fandoms fnaf and Pokémon mostly! See them here https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/3431879/
voIcano
Scratcher
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A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

So… People give advice on projects but don't actually help with the programming?
MabonBaladevaKain
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A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

chickenperson13 wrote:

I still dont get how two or more users can work on one proj together

They can't. It's more like a choice of taking turns remixing and making changes or creating a simultaneous
compilation of remixes that get assets amalgamated together into a final project.

There is a kind of tool belt in Scratch that you can drag assets like code and art from one project and piece it into another.
That is a major help in Scratch collaborations.

Last edited by MabonBaladevaKain (March 6, 2018 02:19:58)

ZealousBison19a
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A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

looking for collaborators for an animation…its gonna need your vectors,voice acting and tips_waffle_ _gobo_
duchacad2
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A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

AmazonJosh wrote:

Is there any way to have people collaborate with a project of mine without remixing a lot
?
im sorry that this reply is late XD but i think collaborating would be someone doing the art and someone doing the programming thats right isn't it?
duchacad2
Scratcher
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A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

duchacad2 wrote:

AmazonJosh wrote:

Is there any way to have people collaborate with a project of mine without remixing a lot
?
im sorry that this reply is late XD but i think collaborating would be someone doing the art and someone doing the programming thats right isn't it?
because now you can drag sprites into backpacks so you would be able to get the art
duchacad2
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ImNotARealPerson wrote:

QUOTE ME
don't be like him and be a real person by clicking here! https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/205448364/#player
duchacad2
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A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

duchacad2 wrote:

duchacad2 wrote:

AmazonJosh wrote:

Is there any way to have people collaborate with a project of mine without remixing a lot
?
im sorry that this reply is late XD but i think collaborating would be someone doing the art and someone doing the programming thats right isn't it?
because now you can drag sprites into backpacks so you would be able to get the art
also forgive me if im dumb
duchacad2
Scratcher
57 posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

RainbowRush73 wrote:

but how do they actually get on the project and help?
THEY DON'T GET ON THE PROJECT THEY JUST TAKE EACH OTHER'S STUFF FOR EXAMPLE IF SOMEONE IS MAKING AN ANIMATION ONE PERSON IS CODING AND ONE IS DOING ARTWORK (oops caps lock) and the guy coding takes the artwork from the other guy
duchacad2
Scratcher
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A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

EmeraldDaffodils wrote:

Scratch realy should add an easier collab system. I know many Scratchers will be against this, but it would be so much easier, without ‘For EmeraldDaffodils’ projects or constant remixing, it could be a shared project shared with specific people and they can work on it separately then click a ‘submit’ button which will add it to the actual project.

Plus it will notify you when a change by another Scratcher has been submitted to the project. Gonna post this on ‘Suggestions’
this is a good idea, but you could just share the project, post the link in the forum, the person will come and get your sprites and code, and he will post that he got it in the forum, then you go back to the project and unshare it. easy as that!
better late then never to say that, right?
mrbumppo
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A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

*pours thousands of gallons of superglue on this topic*

mrbumppo
Time will not stop, nor does it wait for anyone. Use it wisely, as it cannot be bought or borrowed.



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Follow4FreeU
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Scratch Animation: I'm looking for collaborators
I'm looking for collaborators, for my new animation called “Starry Night Sky”. I'm also still thinking on what it's about. I'll probaly make some art (some art, not all), maybe my partneir can do some coding and together we can make what it is about and what the notes and credits would say. As always, I will be respectful of my partneir's options.

PierreBourne
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If someone would want to collab with me for a platformer/interactive game, that would be good! And also, how many people need to be in a collaboration?
Stippled
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Very useful! Thanks ^-^
kitty_the_crazy
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AmazonJosh wrote:

Is there any way to have people collaborate with a project of mine without remixing a lot
?
Yes, you go to “file” once in the project codes. You can save it to you computer from there and reshare it as your own.

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JackFrost_Plays
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duchacad2 wrote:

EmeraldDaffodils wrote:

Scratch realy should add an easier collab system. I know many Scratchers will be against this, but it would be so much easier, without ‘For EmeraldDaffodils’ projects or constant remixing, it could be a shared project shared with specific people and they can work on it separately then click a ‘submit’ button which will add it to the actual project.

Plus it will notify you when a change by another Scratcher has been submitted to the project. Gonna post this on ‘Suggestions’
this is a good idea, but you could just share the project, post the link in the forum, the person will come and get your sprites and code, and he will post that he got it in the forum, then you go back to the project and unshare it. easy as that!
better late then never to say that, right?

I know this sounds crazy but I really wish there was a wae to have a “collaborate section” where you invite certain people to join and it shows your mouse and his mouse. The wae it updates would, hopefully, be kind of like messages, when you're in the messages section, you can't be notified whether or not you've received messages after you've entered the messages section, then, after you leave the messages section, you'll be able to see if you've received new messages, that's the way I think the progression would work, there are multiple tabs inside of the project, when you click yours, to reduce lag or glitches, his would freeze, however, he would still be able to progress in the part of the project he's doing, then you simply click his tab and it will then show anything that he's done.

Perhaps, as “owner” of the project, to get rid of trolling, you could save a “save ‘scratchername’s' progress” so that, if you don't see what you like, again, as owner, you could simply not save it…

I also think it would be cool if there was a sort of “live chat section” , to easily communicate with the person or people you're collaborating with…

I know it may be impossible to code, but I think that would be AMAZING for scratch 3.0, and something that would strongly reduce any hate and, possibly may attract new scratchers…

Sounds cool?

when green flag clicked 
wait (pick random (foo) to (24)) secs
set [clone] to [E]
create clone of [myself]
when I start as a clone
if <(clone) = [E]> then
forever
say [E]
end



else
hide
delete this clone

end
krawling1
New to Scratch
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hey kaemar
i liked this idea https://scratch.mit.edu/discuss/topic/280930/?page=1#post-2871592
text me to collaborate
jonahgam
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A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

think
Collaborate
share
JETT99
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A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

how do you do the collab after people join?
I would really like to know
JETT99
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A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

JackFrost_Plays wrote:

duchacad2 wrote:

EmeraldDaffodils wrote:

Scratch realy should add an easier collab system. I know many Scratchers will be against this, but it would be so much easier, without ‘For EmeraldDaffodils’ projects or constant remixing, it could be a shared project shared with specific people and they can work on it separately then click a ‘submit’ button which will add it to the actual project.

Plus it will notify you when a change by another Scratcher has been submitted to the project. Gonna post this on ‘Suggestions’
this is a good idea, but you could just share the project, post the link in the forum, the person will come and get your sprites and code, and he will post that he got it in the forum, then you go back to the project and unshare it. easy as that!
better late then never to say that, right?

I know this sounds crazy but I really wish there was a wae to have a “collaborate section” where you invite certain people to join and it shows your mouse and his mouse. The wae it updates would, hopefully, be kind of like messages, when you're in the messages section, you can't be notified whether or not you've received messages after you've entered the messages section, then, after you leave the messages section, you'll be able to see if you've received new messages, that's the way I think the progression would work, there are multiple tabs inside of the project, when you click yours, to reduce lag or glitches, his would freeze, however, he would still be able to progress in the part of the project he's doing, then you simply click his tab and it will then show anything that he's done.

Perhaps, as “owner” of the project, to get rid of trolling, you could save a “save ‘scratchername’s' progress” so that, if you don't see what you like, again, as owner, you could simply not save it…

I also think it would be cool if there was a sort of “live chat section” , to easily communicate with the person or people you're collaborating with…

I know it may be impossible to code, but I think that would be AMAZING for scratch 3.0, and something that would strongly reduce any hate and, possibly may attract new scratchers…

Sounds cool?

when green flag clicked 
wait (pick random (foo) to (24)) secs
set [clone] to [E]
create clone of [myself]
when I start as a clone
if <(clone) = [E]> then
forever
say [E]
end



else
hide
delete this clone

end
I love your idea, the scratch team has a bunch of forums that you can suggest stuff for scratch 3.0, and I think you should suggest that because that would be very useful to all the scratchers who make big projects

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