It seems the S&Box shitposting has moved off the forums and onto the wiki. In an effort to get key-noticed (?) people are creating random pages with little to no helpful content, or awkwardly editing pages with changes that make no sense.
See the above example. This is evidently from someone without key access (or access and very limited C#/programming knowledge) making an article and openly admitting that it’s probably not helpful, not really complete, and “might be removed.”
Who is this helping? It’s a guess based on a simple perception. Shouldn’t articles like this just be left to Garry or the people with devpreview tags? It feels weird.
Don’t get me wrong though; some articles are quite resourceful, such as the first flatgrass one and the IKChains one for modeldoc. It just feels like people are starting to spam-edit the wiki with information they don’t really understand to try and get brownie points.
Another example of a full, real change committed to the C# vs. Lua article, highlighted in red. No content, just a statement saying that for loops, quite expectedly, are different than for loops in Lua… is this supposed to help someone? Like… really. Is it?