>wonder for years why the Scots language wikipedia is so badly written>it's basically just written in English, no efforts are made to include Scots vocabulary or grammar>if try to add any Scots vocab or fix the grammar your edits will be reverted within the day>start noticing a pattern with the edit pages>all the articles are created by the same person>look at a dozen more articles>they were all created by this same person>look at about two hundred random articles>they've all been created by a gay 13 year old furry from North Carolina who doesn't even speak Scots>he's created practically ever single page on the wikihttps://sco.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uiser:AmaryllisGardenerhttps://twitter.com/AmaryllisG18
I know this is probably too niche a topic for /his/ and probably nobody cares but me, but I find it pretty horrifying. Through the efforts of one obsessive who knows absolutely nothing about the topic he seems to dedicate all his spare time to, what could've been a vital resource for a dying language is instead most commonly used as ammunition against it, people deriding it as 'badly spelled English' because that's what the guy writing all these thousands of articles thinks Scots is. 600 years of literary history wiped out by a random teenager. Truly the digital age is a horrific time.