This Wiki has has multiple Homepages because it's for creating new Wikis. A Scratch Wiki Home for each language and a About/Test Scratch Wiki Home for each languages community creating that Wiki. See the FAQ for more information.
Although Scratch is designed for people totally new to programming, it can still be a challenging program to wield. Consisting of a script, paint, and sound editor, it has complexity to its structure. This tutorial is aimed at individuals completely new to all programming and looking to understand the concepts of Scratch.
Scratch latine quia licet sit unus officialis linguis Latina de statu (etsi parvum admodum est publica ;-) intueri videatur https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vatican_City sectione officialis Info linguarum sunt in arca.
Quia Scratch est plerumque adsuesco assuesco per pupillam in doctoribus et plures illorum sunt ut cope et discendi et docendi Latine antiquae linguae convenit multum bonus est digitis: et disce Latinam discere Scratch et Latine cum Scratch.
Sic enim et Latina Latine Scratch Forum Welcome to Scratch est optimus via ut sisterent unique pluma of Scratch haec in palam. Ipsum enim bonum ejus Scratch dicens: "Nonne tu scis quia non est qui operatur et qui linguae vulgaris programming latine? Etiam got ad Latinam Scratch Forum Welcome to + Scratch et latine. Wow! ":-)
In English: Why should there be a Latin Scratch Wiki?
Scratch in Latin is allowed because Latin is one of the official languages of a state (even if it is a very small state ;-): see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vatican_City look at the section Official languages in the Info box.
Because Scratch is mostly used by pupil an teachers and many of them have to cope with learning and teaching ancient languages Latin fits very good to Scratch: Learn Latin with Scratch and learn Scratch with Latin.
So a Latin Scratch Wiki and a Latin Scratch Forum is the best way to present this unique feature of Scratch to the public. Its’s good marketing for Scratch to say “Did you know that there is just one popular programming language that also works in Latin? They even got a Latin Scratch Forum + a Latin Scratch Wiki. Wow!” :-)