It's not trolling - if SQF is powerful, has ease of use, there's be no reason to not want it in other situations.
I like Lua, I have used it in other environments and my friends in other industries deploy Lua to their servers and bind it to their projects so they can easily change things and reload configurations. It is used in enterprise environments because it is so light and fast.
It has a good syntax, great error handling, it is OOP to an extent and it is internally consistent in it's results.
Saying "This language is GREAT for a game, but I'd never use it for anything serious" requires a lot of cognitive dissonance to pull out on somebody.
If it's not fast, if it doesn't have a great syntax, if it doesn't have great error handling, if it is an inconsistent mess; like SQF for example, you wouldn't want to deploy it anywhere else.
There is nobody sane heaping praises onto this language.
It is not good.
It is not ideal.