I just thought about this and, in your headcanon, what does the Foundation use for dates? Month-day-year, or day-month-year? It's an international organization, and it does use metric, but I don't remember seeing many articles using DD-MM-YYYY format.
ISO-8601 (YYYY-MM-DD), all the time, no exceptions. For an international, largely scientific organization, there's no other option - anything other than standards will get people killed.
Oh damn. I feel bad about all the articles I haven't used that in now.
Which is all of them.
Although that actually makes a substantial amount of sense, so I may have to go back and edit that.
To think the grand majority of everything here was done wrong certainly is mind blowing.
Do we… edit everything or what?
I think that would be a very good way to piss senior staff off.
It also falls under too-much-work-for-no-payout principle.
Fun fact: in almost all of my SCPs, at least one significant event happens on February 11, my birthday.
I usually use 11/02/(19)89 for dates.
I don't do anything special with dates, but I recently noticed both my SCP's posted so far have numbers that add up to 12 (1 + 1 + 2 + 8 = 12, 1 + 3 + 2 + 6 = 12). I think I might try to keep up that trend with future SCP's.