Scratch creators around the world collaborate on "I'd like to teach the world to code"


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#2

A Scratch back-end to Minecraft would nab even more fledgling programmers


#3

Why does everyone need to code now?


#4

They don’t. But it is a good thing that everyone gets the opportunity to try.


#5

Scratch2 requires Adobe Air, which does not work on non-Intel architectures (like ARM and Power). Seems counter to Scratch’s own mission.


#6

Scratch runs just fine on Raspberry Pi because we have spent much effort and time to maintain support for the original version. It’s significantly faster on Pi than the original release and about to get much faster.
Smalltalk is just a better way to deliver systems.


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