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#1 2009-12-11 16:39:04

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Adapting ScratchR - an interesting bit for PHP programmers.

So... I've been thinking on it and I came up with an idea that we can actually adapt ScratchR script (underlying scratch.mit.edu) to our needs. I know some PHP basics, so I could try to do it.

Why create something new if there's perfectly working already?


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#2 2009-12-11 16:50:24

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Re: Adapting ScratchR - an interesting bit for PHP programmers.

--== PROPOSED CHANGES ==--

1. Forums - Leave FluxBB or go for phpBB3?
2. Overall looks - total reskin needed
3. Project site - total redesign or showing a screenshot instead of Scratch's Java player?


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#3 2009-12-11 19:53:49

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Re: Adapting ScratchR - an interesting bit for PHP programmers.

It's PunBB-Hosting powered by FluxBB, btw.


I was thinking this too.


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#4 2009-12-12 01:04:05

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Re: Adapting ScratchR - an interesting bit for PHP programmers.

Why should we change the forums to something different? Just a waste of time... Besides, Andres has been here before. ( http://delicious.com/amonroy/forum <- Either he added it to his "bookmarks" or something else, idk ) So I don't think we should move the forums somewhere else, or change the style of it.


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#5 2009-12-12 13:29:18

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Re: Adapting ScratchR - an interesting bit for PHP programmers.

Magnie wrote:

Why should we change the forums to something different? Just a waste of time... Besides, Andres has been here before. ( http://delicious.com/amonroy/forum <- Either he added it to his "bookmarks" or something else, idk ) So I don't think we should move the forums somewhere else, or change the style of it.

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#6 2009-12-13 14:17:04

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Re: Adapting ScratchR - an interesting bit for PHP programmers.

No, I mean this will be our dev forum, and when I finish all the stuff with ScratchR or ScratchER (NOT the same; see Emerald thread on Scratch) the phpBB forum would be for the community [the users].


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#7 2009-12-15 19:44:22

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Re: Adapting ScratchR - an interesting bit for PHP programmers.

filo5 wrote:

No, I mean this will be our dev forum, and when I finish all the stuff with ScratchR or ScratchER (NOT the same; see Emerald thread on Scratch) the phpBB forum would be for the community [the users].

I agree with that, but lets use the ScratchR as a base, not the ScratchER, the comment pat of it is annoying and not good if you have people joining the website like scratch.


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