Scratch 2.0 is the next version of Scratch, completely rewritten using Flash for the front-end and Python for the back-end. (Read more...)
until the release of Scratch 2.0
- November 31st: Pico takes over Scratch
- Octember 15th: The Paint Editor now supports bitmaps
- Yesterday: A Mongolian tribe invaded the server room
- Today: The Forums are written in DjangoBB (Python-based)
- Tomorrow? (: The Wiki gets a countdown timer
Important Scratch 2.0 information
- You can view the current beta at http://beta.scratch.mit.edu. Please report any bugs and give any feedback on the forums.
- Only accounts created after ??? will be allowed on the beta.
- The current forums will be archived; Scratch 2.0 will have fresh new forums.
In the News
- October 19, 2019 - EW Election Voting Open!
- The deadline has passed! The candidates for the October 2019 EW elections have written their speeches. View them on the election page. Voting for the October 2019 EW elections has opened! If you have a Scratch Wiki account and it was created before October 5, click here to vote. Voting will close on October 26.
- October 17, 2019 — scratch-explored as Scratch Curator
- scratch-explored has been chosen as the three-hundred-seventy-ninth curator on the Front Page. Feel free to congratulate scratch-explored on their profile!
- October 12, 2019 - EW Election Candidates Chosen!
- Nominations are closed! The candidates for the October 2019 EW elections have been chosen. The candidates now have one week to write their speeches.
- October 8, 2019 — PaddlerGames as Scratch Curator
- PaddlerGames has been chosen as the three-hundred-seventy-eighth curator on the Front Page. Feel free to congratulate PaddlerGames on their profile!
- October 3, 2019 — az1010106 as Scratch Curator
- az1010106 has been chosen as the three-hundred-seventy-seventh curator on the Front Page. Feel free to congratulate az1010106 on their profile!
| A studio is a place where users can put multiple projects into an accessible group. Prior to Scratch 2.0, they were called galleries, and had some different features. Most studios have a specific theme of projects.