The Hugo page on Wikipedia was nominated for deletion today. You can see the current state of the page here - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hugo_(programming_language) - and catch the drama surrounding the vote here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Articles_for_deletion/Hugo_(programming_language)
They said it did not have enough references. It has 38 at the moment, including some from sites that the, ah, people over there consider notable sources, like the Globe and Mail, Mobygames and Rock Paper Shotgun.
The process of what they do over there makes me angry enough that I am not getting involved on the deletion "debate." The last time I was involved with the bureaucracy of Wikipedia, I single-handedly exposed admin corruption that involved those, ah, people having their little mock trials or whatever it is they do when they get embarrassed by the press and have to pretend to do something about it. But if you want to see what's going on, it's at those links. If you don't care about Hugo, the number and quality of references is far beyond what the Inform and TADS pages have, so maybe save those before they go gunning for those systems next. I will say that the act of fixing page seems to have caused the, ah, people over there to take notice and start with their reverts and calls to delete. So if you want to put in sources for Inform or TADS, do a bunch at once and do them quickly.