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#1 2012-07-21 09:42:48

jacob
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Move to ScratchR.org?

This is now a moot point.

We asked the Scratch Team, and they said no (they also said they no longer give out subdomains of ScratchR.org).

Should we move Mod Share to ScratchR.org?

  1. Yes
  2. Maybe
  3. No
Total votes: 9

Poll is closed


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#2 2012-07-21 10:15:45

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Re: Move to ScratchR.org?

NO I LIKE MODSHARE  THE WAY IT IS. CAPS LOCK IS on.


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#3 2012-07-21 10:20:49

jacob
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Re: Move to ScratchR.org?

ftf841 wrote:

NO I LIKE MODSHARE  THE WAY IT IS. CAPS LOCK IS on.

The reason we want to move to ScratchR.org is that some people can't connect. You may like it the way it is, but the ones who can't connect don't. hmm

However, if we did that, this URL would still work.


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#4 2012-07-21 12:29:56

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Re: Move to ScratchR.org?

So the only problem is that you need a new domain?


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#5 2012-07-21 17:21:24

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Re: Move to ScratchR.org?

stevetheipad wrote:

So the only problem is that you need a new domain?

No, the problem is actually with the server. It appears using 1FreeHosting was a bad idea (remember the problems with your forums?).
Using a new domain wouldn't help, we need to switch servers entirely.

That is why I am making this poll.


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#6 2012-07-21 19:28:58

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Re: Move to ScratchR.org?

jacob wrote:
stevetheipad wrote:

So the only problem is that you need a new domain?

No, the problem is actually with the server. It appears using 1FreeHosting was a bad idea (remember the problems with your forums?).
Using a new domain wouldn't help, we need to switch servers entirely.

That is why I am making this poll.

Why don't you think it has to do with dot.tk, then?


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#7 2012-07-21 20:43:38

jacob
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From: Eastern United States
Registered: 2011-12-25
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Re: Move to ScratchR.org?

stevetheipad wrote:
jacob wrote:
stevetheipad wrote:

So the only problem is that you need a new domain?

No, the problem is actually with the server. It appears using 1FreeHosting was a bad idea (remember the problems with your forums?).
Using a new domain wouldn't help, we need to switch servers entirely.

That is why I am making this poll.

Why don't you think it has to do with dot.tk, then?

I think that because I tried using a subdomain of futuresight.org for a little while, and I still couldn't access it from some networks.


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#8 2012-07-21 21:57:14

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Re: Move to ScratchR.org?

jacob wrote:
stevetheipad wrote:
jacob wrote:
stevetheipad wrote:

So the only problem is that you need a new domain?

No, the problem is actually with the server. It appears using 1FreeHosting was a bad idea (remember the problems with your forums?).
Using a new domain wouldn't help, we need to switch servers entirely.

That is why I am making this poll.

Why don't you think it has to do with dot.tk, then?

I think that because I tried using a subdomain of futuresight.org for a little while, and I still couldn't access it from some networks.

Weird, I've never had any problems with 1FH. It's hard to tell who's trustworthy in the internet age. sad


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#9 2012-07-23 16:49:49

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Registered: 2012-01-15
Posts: 143
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Re: Move to ScratchR.org?

stevetheipad wrote:
jacob wrote:
stevetheipad wrote:
jacob wrote:

No, the problem is actually with the server. It appears using 1FreeHosting was a bad idea (remember the problems with your forums?).
Using a new domain wouldn't help, we need to switch servers entirely.

That is why I am making this poll.

Why don't you think it has to do with dot.tk, then?

I think that because I tried using a subdomain of futuresight.org for a little while, and I still couldn't access it from some networks.

Weird, I've never had any problems with 1FH. It's hard to tell who's trustworthy in the internet age. sad

jvvg, did you know that the 1Freehosting, x90x, Powrhost, 3owl, and several other hosting companies actually run on Hosting24 servers bought by Youhosting? (Hosting24 is the premium 000webhost service)
So when you thought you changed hosts, you really didn't tongue
Now, for my 2 cents on this:
Yes, moving to scratchr.org may clear up some people's troubles with accessing the site, but it would basically give modshare an edge in people's minds over other mod sharing websites (i.e. Mod Play and any sites that will use it's framework), when, IMHO, I don't think this site should.  After all, Scratch supports open-source, but this site isn't.  Why should they, then, give an advantage to a closed-source website over several possible open-source ones?
OK, and why now am I not the "Ultimate Answer!"?

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#10 2012-07-23 16:59:00

jacob
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From: Eastern United States
Registered: 2011-12-25
Posts: 375
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Re: Move to ScratchR.org?

SJRCS_011 wrote:
stevetheipad wrote:
jacob wrote:
stevetheipad wrote:

Why don't you think it has to do with dot.tk, then?

I think that because I tried using a subdomain of futuresight.org for a little while, and I still couldn't access it from some networks.

Weird, I've never had any problems with 1FH. It's hard to tell who's trustworthy in the internet age. sad

jvvg, did you know that the 1Freehosting, x90x, Powrhost, 3owl, and several other hosting companies actually run on Hosting24 servers bought by Youhosting? (Hosting24 is the premium 000webhost service)
So when you thought you changed hosts, you really didn't tongue
Now, for my 2 cents on this:
Yes, moving to scratchr.org may clear up some people's troubles with accessing the site, but it would basically give modshare an edge in people's minds over other mod sharing websites (i.e. Mod Play and any sites that will use it's framework), when, IMHO, I don't think this site should.  After all, Scratch supports open-source, but this site isn't.  Why should they, then, give an advantage to a closed-source website over several possible open-source ones?
OK, and why now am I not the "Ultimate Answer!"?

Our Terms of Use wrote:

This site is copyrighted to the Mod Share Team. All code on this site is copyrighted to that team. The HTML, JS, and CSS code may NOT be copied for any reason except for purely educational purposes (fair use). However, the PHP code on this site may be neither viewed nor copied for any reason unless you get permission from the Mod Share Team. Many parts of this site are available upon request

Parts of this site are available on request, so we are not completely closed-source. Only stuff like the way we store passwords is entirely confidential.


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#11 2012-07-23 17:03:21

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Re: Move to ScratchR.org?

jacob wrote:
SJRCS_011 wrote:
stevetheipad wrote:
jacob wrote:

I think that because I tried using a subdomain of futuresight.org for a little while, and I still couldn't access it from some networks.

Weird, I've never had any problems with 1FH. It's hard to tell who's trustworthy in the internet age. sad

jvvg, did you know that the 1Freehosting, x90x, Powrhost, 3owl, and several other hosting companies actually run on Hosting24 servers bought by Youhosting? (Hosting24 is the premium 000webhost service)
So when you thought you changed hosts, you really didn't tongue
Now, for my 2 cents on this:
Yes, moving to scratchr.org may clear up some people's troubles with accessing the site, but it would basically give modshare an edge in people's minds over other mod sharing websites (i.e. Mod Play and any sites that will use it's framework), when, IMHO, I don't think this site should.  After all, Scratch supports open-source, but this site isn't.  Why should they, then, give an advantage to a closed-source website over several possible open-source ones?
OK, and why now am I not the "Ultimate Answer!"?

Our Terms of Use wrote:

This site is copyrighted to the Mod Share Team. All code on this site is copyrighted to that team. The HTML, JS, and CSS code may NOT be copied for any reason except for purely educational purposes (fair use). However, the PHP code on this site may be neither viewed nor copied for any reason unless you get permission from the Mod Share Team. Many parts of this site are available upon request

Parts of this site are available on request, so we are not completely closed-source. Only stuff like the way we store passwords is entirely confidential.

Ah, but you aren't completely open-source either; after all, people would ave to request the source code, while, with Scratch, anyone is free to use it.


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#12 2012-07-23 17:04:41

LS97
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Re: Move to ScratchR.org?

That's simply due to my condition of extreme laziness where I do not want to censor the code before anyone actuslly needs it smile


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#13 2012-07-23 17:04:58

jacob
Mod Share Team (now jvvg)
From: Eastern United States
Registered: 2011-12-25
Posts: 375
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Re: Move to ScratchR.org?

SJRCS_011 wrote:
jacob wrote:
SJRCS_011 wrote:
stevetheipad wrote:

Weird, I've never had any problems with 1FH. It's hard to tell who's trustworthy in the internet age. sad

jvvg, did you know that the 1Freehosting, x90x, Powrhost, 3owl, and several other hosting companies actually run on Hosting24 servers bought by Youhosting? (Hosting24 is the premium 000webhost service)
So when you thought you changed hosts, you really didn't tongue
Now, for my 2 cents on this:
Yes, moving to scratchr.org may clear up some people's troubles with accessing the site, but it would basically give modshare an edge in people's minds over other mod sharing websites (i.e. Mod Play and any sites that will use it's framework), when, IMHO, I don't think this site should.  After all, Scratch supports open-source, but this site isn't.  Why should they, then, give an advantage to a closed-source website over several possible open-source ones?
OK, and why now am I not the "Ultimate Answer!"?

Our Terms of Use wrote:

This site is copyrighted to the Mod Share Team. All code on this site is copyrighted to that team. The HTML, JS, and CSS code may NOT be copied for any reason except for purely educational purposes (fair use). However, the PHP code on this site may be neither viewed nor copied for any reason unless you get permission from the Mod Share Team. Many parts of this site are available upon request

Parts of this site are available on request, so we are not completely closed-source. Only stuff like the way we store passwords is entirely confidential.

Ah, but you aren't completely open-source either; after all, people would ave to request the source code, while, with Scratch, anyone is free to use it.

That is for security purposes, as sensitive data is stored here and we are not positive that the security system is completely secure.


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#14 2012-07-24 12:00:16

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Re: Move to ScratchR.org?

ok, how can  you change your vote?


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#15 2012-07-24 12:05:20

jacob
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From: Eastern United States
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Posts: 375
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Re: Move to ScratchR.org?

SJRCS_011 wrote:

ok, how can  you change your vote?

You can't, but I can.


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#16 2012-07-24 13:09:14

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Re: Move to ScratchR.org?

jacob wrote:
SJRCS_011 wrote:

ok, how can  you change your vote?

You can't, but I can.

Wait, so you can change my vote?
If so, please do to yes

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#17 2012-07-24 13:15:07

jacob
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From: Eastern United States
Registered: 2011-12-25
Posts: 375
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Re: Move to ScratchR.org?

SJRCS_011 wrote:
jacob wrote:
SJRCS_011 wrote:

ok, how can  you change your vote?

You can't, but I can.

Wait, so you can change my vote?
If so, please do to yes

Working on it...


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#18 2012-09-09 18:25:43

jacob
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Posts: 375
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Re: Move to ScratchR.org?

We asked, and they said no. sad


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#19 2012-09-14 16:14:53

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Re: Move to ScratchR.org?

Closing.


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