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Welcome to the official Scratch Team Appreciation Day studio!
If an ST member came to your door, and you answered, how would you react? How would the ST member react?
Note: The QOTW goes inactive until the next STAD.
- The event has an official YouTube video: https://scratch.mit.edu/discuss/youtube/8Z1YxpB1nO4/
- We officially reached 200 followers!
- Working on translating this studio to other languages!
Q. What is Scratch Team Appreciation Day?
A. Scratch Team Appreciation Day is one day where we take the time to thank the Scratch Team for all they have done for us on this website. It can be as simple as thanking them on their profiles, making special projects, studios, etc. Really anyway that would make them feel great about their job.
Q. Is this an annual event?
A. Yes, this event will be held every November 9th.
Q. How can I join?
A. Sorry, but we're currently not accepting curator invites. If you wish to add a project, please let us know in the comments.
Q. How can I help?
A. Spread this studio around, follow the studio, and spread the official topic around as well. This will get this event well known and hopefully get a lot of Scratchers to join us.
Q. How can I translate?
A. Simply go this this studio, ( https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/25330169/ ) and post a comment saying that you are interested in translating along with the language that you wish to translate into.
1. Follow the Community Guidelines, always.
2. Don't request the ST to add features here. That's for the Suggestions forum.
3. Don't ask for promotions, I will give promotions when I think it's necessary.
4. When asking for us to add a project, please make sure the project is around the subject of Scratch Team Appreciation Day.
Rules may be added without notice.
Official Topic: https://scratch.mit.edu/discuss/topic/446794/
Official YouTube Video: https://scratch.mit.edu/discuss/youtube/8Z1YxpB1nO4/
Credit to @-TheGreenNinja- for the thumbnail (the thumbnail includes the following members of the ST: @Paddle2See, @ceebee, and @Za-Chary).
Credit to both @Computer_Fizz and @54329 for helping me fix some issues and suggest new things for the description.
Thanks so much for being apart of making this event bigger.
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