Hello, my name is Alex AKA Bro Force and I'm here to introduce myself. I'm a gamer and love playing SCP-RP on Garry's Mod, I used to use this website for information on SCPs, and I wanted to make my own, so I decided to make a wikidot account and apply for the foundation.
We've got a bunch of gamers on the site who've got some SCP mods up, consider checking out the Games and Hobbies forum and getting involved in the conversation there!
If you're interested in writing for the site, first create a sandbox page for your works in progress. When you've got something ready for reviewers to look at, bring it to the IRC chat and/or the drafts forums for feedback so you can make edits before you post the piece to the mainsite.
You can also get feedback on an SCP concept in the Ideas and Brainstorming forum if you're not sure if it's worth writing up as a draft or not. For the record, popular SCPs in the games like 682, 106, 049, etc. aren't quite what the community is expecting quality-wise these days.
I personally recommend reading the high-rated Series II and III articles (SCPs with numbers from 1000 to 2999). There are many inspirational articles in Series I, but articles written four or more years ago are less likely to be up to current community expectations, even if they've got a lot of upvotes. Remember to pay attention to how old an article is when deciding if you'll use it as a guide or not; you can (and should!) check article age by clicking the "History" link at the bottom of a page, and looking for the page creation date.
And of course, you can always message a staff member if you have any questions.
I hope you enjoy your time here. Welcome to the site!