I've added the required code to the database, search engine, and user interface to support hiding of scripts, 1632 scripts so far. Also, you can flag a script as vague...
The 1632 scripts were mostly scrap all scripts. I've not gotten them all, but a good start.
Instead of deleting the scripts, since their are people using them (ugh), I've added a unlisted flag (like flickr's "NSIPA" - not shown in public areas), which removes the scripts from browsing, search, and other public areas. If you go to the script by url, or by visiting the owner's page and then view a list of their scripts, it will still be there.
I've also added an option to flag a script as vague. If the summary, description or title aren't useful to understand what the script is, then flagging it as vague will put it in a list for admins to determine if the script should be unlisted.
Features such as searching including unlisted scripts, and only showing unlisted scripts is still to come, but I wanted to make the site semi-useful again.
As always, ideas for how to make the site better are welcome :)
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