block would be very useful.
For things like a custom text editor where it saves notes using the database blocks.
Please add the username block.
I know I am annoying, but I am gonna repeat, again, - cheeky - "real programmer" (should I add the tm sign the way Brian does?) needs no database (or any other libraries) block to make a decent text editor.
On Snap! the community site you can search up usernames. You can then add those usernames to a list in a project. You have full access to user’s usernames on Snap!, a username block would only mean to run code in the project. Any malicious code would require JS. If you were to enable JS you would probably look through the project first and spot it.
If someone turns on JS for a project absentmindedly, and then gets hacked, that's their problem for not heeding the very clear warning.
Plus, they could add a secondary warning about the username block whenever the project gets loaded, like in Scratch.
Also, calls to the API are blocked as of Snap! 7, so there's really not much you can do in that area.