Their About says Benjamin likes contributing to Wikipedia, so I’d email him if I could find an address, because he’s familiar with the rules, I assume.
I found their two articles on eelo aka /e/ to be credible, well written, detailed…good.
Eelo found them to be credible too, because they responded and created Gitlab issues (6 of 12 still open).
However, other editors at Wikipedia could not find other reliable secondary sources mentioning Infosec-handbook.eu, so it fails the reliable source criteria - It’s not if you’re good; it’s if someone else good says you’re good. Or something like that.
Anyway, does anyone know of published papers, books, or other reputation credentials “stuff” to help show reliability of ISH?
To be clear, I’m not asking for any support at Wikipedia, because that would be wrong, or against the rulez. I’m asking if anybody can point me to info’ I could use, because I’m sure it’s out there, somewhere, but my searches have failed me.
PS. How about that mysterious, “3rd party” app store site, huh?? Oops. /e/ doesn’t like talking about that!