The following sources can be used in articles to cite information regarding the platform. For more information, see Wiki Tips 101: References and Controversial Topics.
- Any roblox.com domain (including the Roblox blog, corp.roblox.com, and the Developer Forum).
- Any Roblox social media, including Twitter, Instagram, etc.
- https://medium.com/roblox-developer - Roblox Medium.
Misc Credible Websites
The following websites are deemed credible by Roblox Wikia Staff.
- Internet Archive (of official Roblox websites/domains) (approved by 0Michael105, Karasuneth, BundleofYoy, and Thundermaker300).
- Roblox Forum Archive maintained by Froast (approved by 0Michael105, Karasuneth, and Thundermaker300).
- Roblox Client Tracker ran by CloneTrooper1019 (approved by Thundermaker300).
- Roblox API Reference ran by Anaminus (approved by Mark Otaris and Thundermaker300).
- Specific notifier bots on Twitter, for publishing and modification reference (approved by Karasuneth);
The following sources should not be used in articles to cite information regarding the platform. However, they can be used to support nonsensitive facts (for example, citation 1 on Community:EvilArtist).
- Social media not posted by Roblox
- Screenshots and images (these can be edited)
- YouTubers are not credible sources. The only YouTube channel that is credible is Roblox's YouTube channel. No other YouTubers are considered credible and cannot be used to back up information.
This page was last updated on June 16, 2019.