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Welcome to WikiApiary!
Welcome to WikiApiary, a wiki that collects, displays and analyzes information about the usage and performance of 21,632 independent MediaWiki installations as well as 7,612 wikis running in 230 wiki farms; and growing every day! WikiApiary is a great place to see what other wikis are doing, see where 8,747 extensions and 3,347 skins are being used. Start your discovery tour and browse through the sites listed on the main page, explore what they are all about and get some inspiration.
Thank you for registering! Please add your website to WikiApiary, if it isn't already here, to see important information about it at a glance, e.g. editing activity, etc. In the future WikiApiary will be sending out notifications that will greatly help wiki administrators and editors keep an eye on their sites. You can register for them while adding your website. If you are a wiki maven and routinely discover new wikis, use the WikiApiary bookmarklet to easily add wikis you discover as you browse the web — it only takes a couple clicks to add a site using this!
You can also show the world your site is monitored and share your support for WikiApiary by adding the Monitored by WikiApiary icon to your wiki footer!
|You make WikiApiary awesome!|
|Hello and thanks for jumping right in and helping out all over the place on WikiApiary!|
|🐝 thingles (talk) 14:37, 4 June 2013 (UTC)|
- Hehe, sure, thank you. But where would be the difference being OP? Btw... hanging out in #wikiapiary , too --Curlybracket (talk) 14:46, 4 June 2013 (UTC)
Thanks for catching and dealing with sites that are overrun with spam. I've added a new "Demote" flag for websites. Please use this checkbox to indicate sites like this. I will be using this flag to remove wikis from highlighted lists. That will keep spammy sites out of the limelight. 🐝 thingles (talk) 15:54, 7 June 2013 (UTC)