Although the wiki concept encourages everyone to offer contributions, it's understood that very few people are as clever as the editors.
Vandalists, not wanting their work to become inaccessible, contributed more than the average writer. Wales had their part too, using their secret Swiss account so that the sum of all human knowledge would remain in safe hands. Not really a surprise, since it is the largest of all Wikimedia-operated wikis.If an editor is unable to find enough appropriate images he is required to create enough to fill the quota or his article will be deleted.Wikipedia's success in producing accurate and informative articles is largely due to its review process.By 2007, Wikipedia had become one of the top ten Web 2.0 websites, and today it has over three million articles, mostly about bands no one has ever heard of, one-time Naruto characters, and rare diseases mentioned in passing on House. It also has the most active users of any wiki since its very beginning, with currently over 200,000 more users than Uncyclopedia.Though most of them are bots, trolls or people with an agenda to push and the CIA.
Armed with a pretentious sense of self-righteousness and a can-do attitude, the two bright-eyed youngsters created their website, named "nupedia.com". Instead of learning from their mistake, though, Wales and Sanger decided to go the AIG route, and rename their idea while making no real changes to it.