- the applicant took a lot of time and effort to present his modding contributions, and his paragraph is well above average in the care that has been taken. The WIP progress thing has always been a tricky subject, and of course requires a judgement call. But as many know, and this is true of all games, most mods never get completed. It's not just about whether a mod is completed though. There are other benefits to developing mods - sharing knowledge with other potential modders, as he has done with tutorials and resources for one. Helping other users in the Workshop is something that should always be supported, and such people are good to have as examples of citizenship like behaviour. You give these kind of people who help other users citizenship, other people see the badge, and they look to emulate the efforts. I mean, he puts that much effort into a citizenship application - you gotta think if he puts the same effort into modding, his work in progress' will join his other releases to date in time.