An informative article by Mario Aguilar published on August 13, 2012 called the pro-evolution online encyclopedia Wikipedia a "broken, disorganized mess".
Consider this information from the article Wikipedia Is Running Out of Editors and Admins:
The total number of active English Wikipedia editors making five edits or more a month is down from a peak of over 50,000 in the summer of 2007 to just 30,000 this year. In October 2005, Wikimedia elected 67 administrators, and a typical month around that time would see the number reach at least 40 or 50. Nowadays, that figure is in the single digits...
An August 14, 2012 CNN article entitled How to solve your Wikipedia problem (if you have one) describes Wikipedia thusly:
But with its clunky code, obscure rules, and an increasingly hostile community, Wikipedia has become the new thorn in the side of countless startups, small businesses, celebrities, and prominent executives.Not only is Wikipedia facing increased competition for volunteers and seeing a recent decline in web traffic in the last 6 months, but reports of it often being a place of bitter in-fighting are occurring. If that were not enough, a proliferation of burdensome rules is strangling what little life remains at Wikipedia.
If Wikipedia was intelligently designed by amiable Christians and run by Bible believing Christians, the toxic atmosphere of Wikipedia would not exist. Instead Wikipedia is a place which "evolves" an abundant amount of burdensome rules to keep its contentious evolution and liberalism promoting editors who lack self-control in check. Wikipedia was launched by the atheist Jimmy Wales and the agnostic Larry Sanger and what they helped create reflects their nonsensical worldviews.
Is it any wonder, it is losing volunteers to information providing websites such Quora? Someone might put up working for a company with unfriendly employees/supervisors and a large stack of rules for a time, but who is going to volunteer to take such abuse?
Also, given the rise of biblical Christianity in many countries in the West and in the world at large, the long term prospects for Wikipedia look very poor.
Consider the information in these 4 articles:
3 Charts That Show How Wikipedia Is Running Out of Admins
Pro-evolution Wikipedia has a shrinking base of editors plus Quora is Wikipedia's worst nightmare
Bitter infighting and regulations strangle Wikipedia
Global decline of atheism/agnosticism and the rise of Christianity
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