Hey Gymnasiast. You may already know that there's an OpenRCT2 article on this wiki. Since you're one of the project's contributors and, between Bodoc and myself, we can't decide on whether to keep or remove the "In New Media" section (which I wrote), do you think you can take a look at it in your own time and weigh in on the section's usefulness? At the same time, you may also want to update the rest of the article with other information that may have been easily overlooked by a non-programmer such as myself.
Hi Gymnasiast. Thank you for all you great edits you done so far.
If you want I could make you as a Admin, because I know that you would be the right person because you know very much about RCT1 and RCT2 and as a admin you would have some new features which would be very useful
Hey Gymnasiast. Are you the OpenRCT2 contributor with the same name? If so, nice to see you here too—I use my username here on OpenRCT2's GitHub issue tracker as well. If you're not the same Gymnasiast as the OpenRCT2 contributor, welcome too, and bear in mind that your username is one of the few that are synonymous with the excellent progress that OpenRCT2 has made over the past year.
Editing the wiki isn't very rewarding on its own, but since this wiki is quite small, nothing really beats being able to look back at what you've written and mentally praise yourself for doing up an article well. "Higher-level" editing can be seen as a form of coding itself, so in a way, contributing to this wiki shares a distant similarity to developing OpenRCT2.