In a series of Tweets about our favourite encyclopedia/train-wreck, El said:
Well, in a data grabbing exercise I’ve been looking at how the number of new pages has been growing. In doing so I collected data on the main space, non-minor edits since October and tabulated new pages. There are about 100 new pages that have been created but I only noticed one about a video game: http://infogalactic.com/info/Etrian_Odyssey_2_Untold:_The_Fafnir_Knight
The truth of Voxopedia is even worse than El’s putdown: even in the space of video games it lags seriously behind Wikipedia despite being a clone. There simply aren’t enough people editing to keep up with events even in a more constrained field such as video games – never mind current affairs.
Meanwhile Vox boasts: http://voxday.blogspot.com.au/2016/11/infogalactic-update.html
“We now have 540 registered Galaxians. Not a single edit war yet.”
There’s a reason for that. The majority of non-minor edits* are being done by one user. Three user account for over 80% of the non-minor edits.
Of those others adding new pages, well some are zen-like in their simplicity: http://infogalactic.com/info//MagicTest
*[probably minor edits as well but I didn’t gather those]