I notice that Inform - Wikipedia exists, and List of programming languages by type - Wikipedia exists, but Inform (any version) is not listed in the latter page. What category/categories do people think it belongs in?
It would vary between Inform 6 and Inform 7.
Inform 6 is a procedural language and object-oriented.
By contrast Inform 7 is a natural language programming language and is primarily declarative in the sense that you generally don’t write out algorithms, but define rules.
So yup, procedural and object-oriented for Inform 6. Declarative and natural language for Inform 7.
Of those the Wikipedia languages page only has main sections for procedural, object-oriented and declarative.
Anyone can sign up to edit Wikipedia.
P.S. this answer is given in my capacity as a former academic computer scientist.
And, pretty much anyone can edit pages in Wikipedia. If you think something needs to be added or modified, you can do it.
Sure, sure. I was more interested in people’s feelings about what types the two languages should go under. Thanks @vivdunstan.