One of the curious things about the Wikipedia criticism site Wikipediocracy, is that unlike Wikipedia, it does not have audit trails so you can trace edits and find out who made them, and who deleted them. So if, for example, you read that certain WMF employees are drug users, and someone goes back and removes the accusation, there is no way to prove it was even said at all, unless you managed to get a screenshot.
But you cannot un-see what you have seen. Once an accusation that damages someone’s reputation is hurled into the internet, can it ever go away completely?
Two WMF employees, who I have no reason to believe are anything but respected and qualified professionals, and who I will not name here, are now being called indigent criminals. The previous accusations have been replaced by the phrases “available for employment” and “county workhouse”. In case anyone can’t google this, a county workhouse is a correctional facility for convicted criminals, including drug offenders. (Screenshot on the right; click to enbiggen.)