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1,162 articles created since December 6, 2008
August 13, 2018 — -Simplify- as Scratch Curator
-Simplify- has been chosen as the three-hundred-eighteenth curator on the Front Page. Feel free to congratulate -Simplify- on their profile!
August 6, 2018 — 16cmack as Scratch Curator
16cmack has been chosen as the three-hundred-seventeenth curator on the Front Page. Feel free to congratulate 16cmack on their profile!
August 1, 2018 — Scratch 3.0 Beta Released
The beta release for Scratch 3.0 can now be viewed at beta.scratch.mit.edu. The final release is due January 2, 2019.
July 30, 2018 — CantStopWishiwashi as Scratch Curator
CantStopWishiwashi has been chosen as the three-hundred-sixteenth curator on the Front Page. Feel free to congratulate CantStopWishiwashi on their profile!
July 30, 2018 — Scratch Camp: Sound & Music Week
The third week of Scratch Camp has begun. The theme for the third week is Sound & Music. The description states:
"What’s that sound in my ear? Oh wait, it’s Scratch Camp! For this week, we’re experimenting with sounds and music!"


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The Scratch 3.0 micro:bit extension's custom input.
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The logo currently used to identify the Scratch 3.0 preview.
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The "Make It Fly" tutorial button on the Tips Page.


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A collaboration, or collab for short, is a group of Scratchers who work together to make one or more things (these can include, but are not limited to, projects), or to do something related to the community.

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The Scratch Wiki is a free, collaboratively-written wiki that provides information about the Scratch programming language and its website, history, and phenomena surrounding it. The wiki is supported by the international Scratch Wiki community, and is mainly edited by Scratchers. The Scratch Wiki is a popular source of information for scripts and tutorials, and it continues to grow as Scratchers use it as their primary source of information.

For German-speakers, there is the DACH-Scratch Wiki, available here. It is run separately from the English wiki. It currently has over 650 articles. There are also other, smaller wikis.

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