Scratch for OpenSim - Second Life

This wiki is for exchanging info about Scratch for Opensim and Scratch for Second Life.

S4SL and S4OS are written by Eric Rossenbaum and is a new easy way to add behaviors and interactivity to your objects in OpenSim and Second Life. It is based on Scratch a graphical programming language that lets you construct programs by snapping together graphical blocks. With S4SL and S4OS, you can snap together a few blocks to make your virtual pet interact with you using chat commands, make your sculpture change size and color, or make your house respond to your presence.

Any contributions (scripts, explanations about the software) are welcome.

See how Scratch works in the Youtube video!