The denialists don’t like wiki, because it reflects the current understanding of global warming. And so they need to construct elaborate fantasies about why it doesn’t say what they want it to say. Of course, just like everyone else, whether they whinge about it or not, they use it, because its useful and accurate. So far, nothing new.
But its nice to know, every now and again, that the nutters are attacking it, because if they weren’t, something would be wrong. In this case, the trigger appears to be some other nutters attacking it. And the trigger for the trigger appears to be some vandalism from 2009. 2009? WTF? Come on people, that’s beyond lame. And its about football, so who gives a toss. I cared enough to track back what, according to Aunty, is the offending text: Blame Liverpool Fans, inserted by IP 220.127.116.11 which, FWIW, geolocates to gateway-202.energis.gsi.gov.uk. Which said account got a warning, followed by a 3 month block for vandalism fairly rapidly after the offending edit. Which edit was reverted about 4 minute later. A 5-year old piece of vandalism lasting less than 4 minutes seems pretty thin gruel, even for the wackos.
As an example, I looked up 2014 Russian military intervention in Ukraine. Which looks like a pretty decent summary of what’s up. Where would you find anything better?
Suppose you entirely accept WUWT on its own terms (hard to do, I know, but pretend). Then a useful comparison would be against the latest bout of Slayerism, as documented by Sou. And again, even if you accept AW’s somewhat implausible story that it was all just a test, that “test” – or, in it state before it claimed to be a test, that misinformation – was up for hours misleading – well, lying to – anyone dumb enough to trust WUWT to provide factual information. So wiki’s correction process works rather better, and at least the vandals get banned.