*Note* - This is a "meta page", and a central location to discuss the planning and organization of this Wikibook. Feel free to add your thoughts, ideas, humorous incidents, and rambling prose about Scratch in this area. The focus should be the Scratch programming language, but slightly off topic comments loosely related will also be tolerated.

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Welcome to the Scratch Wikibook edit

If you are reading this, you have done a pretty good job of navigating through this Wikibook. The tone I'm trying to set for this Wikibook is one of being rather relaxed, and to try out some very new ideas for textbook development, but also allow traditional "textbook-like" content to be created. Please help me in discussing your thoughts and criticisms about this Wikibook, and keep the goal in mind that we are here to help people learn about Scratch. --Rob Horning 15:17, 27 May 2007 (UTC) The Wikibook is going through a major period of changes as it is updated to Scratch 1.4 By me Tanderson11, I am updating images and adding terminology as my current project now. --Tanderson11 (talk) 23:20, 31 December 2009 (UTC)

I applaud the start of a tutorial on Scratch, but I don't know if I have time to develop any materials for it. If you see anything in my Tech News (http://www.soe.ucsc.edu/~karplus/tech_club/) that could be useful, let me know. I'd have no problem including any of that in the wikibook. Kevin k (talk) 17:35, 27 December 2007 (UTC)

Layout of the Book edit

It looks like this book hasn't seen a lot of edits lately and is only around 10% complete as of 2015. I am interested in working on it and I wanted to know if some of the original authors have any particular structure in mind. Like am outline or something. There are some redlinks already that I assume are planned pages? Thanks, Blackhat999 (discusscontribs) 21:24, 11 November 2015 (UTC)

Updating to Scratch 3.0 edit

Most of the information here is pretty dated; There have been two major releases of Scratch with an entirely different web interface, system requirements, and other changes. Would it be a good idea to update the info here? And how would I go into add such info? Sorry, I don't have as much experience into Wikibooks. Thanks.

And also, please reply to this message with {{reply to}}. SergioFLS (discusscontribs) 13:39, 10 October 2023 (UTC)

@SergioFLS: Welcome to Wikibooks! As far as I can see, this book is the perfect book to make updates. As for how to go about with it, you can do whatever is reasonable. For example, maybe you can expand the Scratch/Initial Setup/What is Scratch? page since it seems to be an undeveloped draft (since 2015). Further information regarding editing Wikibooks can be found in Using Wikibooks, but I'd recommend to be bold. If you have any questions, the reading room will be a good place to guide you to the right forum. —Atcovi (Talk - Contribs) 13:54, 10 October 2023 (UTC)
@Atcovi: Thanks for your reply! While I haven't updated that page yet, I have updated some other pages to replace dead links and update info to Scratch 3.0. I will check out the other resources you've provided. SergioFLS (discusscontribs) 16:43, 10 October 2023 (UTC)