Scratch Programming Wiki
The wiki devoted to Scratch that anyone can edit.
241 articles since created on December 6, 2008
Scratch News
Scratch Design Studio
May 12, 2010 - New Scratch Design Studio - oOo Graffiti oOo!
The Scratch Team has released a new Scratch Design Studio, in which its description states:
"Make a project that includes Graffiti!"
Scratch Curator
May 12, 2010 - cupcakebaker126 as Scratch Curator
On May 12, 2010, cupcakebaker126 was selected as the 27th curator on the Scratch Homepage.
Scratch Team Blog
April 19, 2010 - Scratch on the iPhone.
On April 19, 2010, the Scratch Team posted a new blog post about their disappointment in how Apple removed the app from the app store. To see the blog post, go here.
April 19, 2010 - Scratch 2.0
On April 19, 2010, the Scratch Team posted a new blog post about their ideas and planned features for Scratch 2.0. To see the blog post, go here.
Other Recent News
April 22, 2010 - 1,000,000 projects!
After almost three years, Scratch has finally reached the count of 1,000,000 shared projects! You can view the 1,000,000th project here.

Older updates can be viewed in the News Archive.

Wiki News
Recent News
May 3, 2010 - Jonathanpb becomes an admin!
After one and a half months of edits, Jonathanpb was appointed as an admin! Although the need for new administrators was low, he has good plans for uses of the tools. Feel free to congratulate him on his talk page.
May 3, 2010 - Scratch Programming Wiki achieves 100 articles!
In itself, this is an amazing achievement; but considering this took about 1½ years, it's not really THAT amazing. But still - celebrate! The community - together - has worked on creating quality articles, and made this happen. We thank every single one of you for contributing in every way that you did, and we hope you continue to help as much as you can.
Older updates can be viewed in the News Archive.
Featured Article
The Wait Until () block is a Control Block and a Stack Block. It will pause its script until the given condition is true; the boolean shaped area inside allows boolean blocks to fit inside, forming the conditions that allow the block to work. Read more...
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Scratch 2.0
A possible layout for Scratch 2.0 found on a test site.
Opinion Poll
Which features are you most looking forward to in Scratch 2.0?

The poll was created at 23:44 on April 21, 2010, and so far 151 people voted.
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