Greetings, people of the SCP Foundation.
I'm not sure I remember correctly when I was first made aware of the Foundation, but I'm sure it was through being linked something. Something that I could tell on first sight that shouldn't be read if I wanted to sleep that night.
I read that thing1.
As a hobby, I also read other things. For the most part, that includes a disproportionate amount of science fiction and horror, along with code and technical documents.
Yes, I am aware of the fact that that list of reading materials isn't a healthy diet in any sense of the term. But at least I can be somewhat content with the obvious explanation as to why I find the Foundation so incredibly attractive.
The quality of the Foundation wiki is amazing, and it's definitely one of the most fascinating collaborative works I've come across.
It's an honor to finally become part of it.
I also write things - mostly the same things as I read. Most of my completed works fall in the shrot story category, while there exist several pieces of what I claim to be ongoing projects, which everyone else knows to be a fancy term for "where I put things that I otherwise have no idea what to do with". Similarly, my coding projects never seem to grow past a certain size.
There's also the thing I hesistate to call art. Pencils for the most part since I can't control fluid pigments to save my life. I occassionally scan the nicer sketches and blot the colorus in digitally.
I'm eager to contribute to this big, beautiful mess of lore here, now that I'm officially part of the wiki. But I understand the importance of understanding how something works before trying to to tinker with it on too large a scale. Most likely, I'll spend much time asking questions, following discussions, and messing around with a sandbox before I'll be comfortable trying to get anything published to the site.
Again, hello everyone, and thank you.