Wikipediocracy was supposed to be better than Wikipedia Review, but once again control has passed to a cabal of Zoloft ("Monty" Burns), Midsize Jake aka Somey (true name unknown), with Steven McGeady footing the bills, which might explain all the purges and chess-piece moving. There is no open discussion of money on the messageboard.....maybe there should be.
Wikipediocracy's messageboard suffers from HRIP7's willingness to be friendly with members of the Wikipedia subculture, even though it's chock-full of lunatics, which may explain why The Devil's Advocate has been allowed to stay, despite his constant trolling. The subject of Wikipedia watching suffers from the fact that Tarantino has reams of information, but he sits on it for some bizarre reason. Allegedly Greg Kohs has a book written on paid editing but either has no publisher yet or is holding back. Did I also mention that there is a giant backlog of people who go through the process of joining and never make one post? I've seen that on other message boards, but on WO's messageboard Zoloft deletes "no comment accounts" for non-usage after two years or so. Finally, there is an account Encyclopaedia Dramatica members use to dish "Wiki sekrets" which was set up by an ED editor I'm not naming, and this account was accused of leaking material (to whom I don't know.) I emailed EricBarbour, his only comment was:
"I do not edit ED. Just like Wikipedia, ED has seen its glory days, and appears to be turning into another Web 2.0swamp of junk content. I've done my research and the book on Wikipedia history has been written, and nowI'm really quite sick of the whole dirty business."