Kind of sad to see this in a way, because these folk did sometimes provide some popcorn.
But…Wikipediocracy, universally loathed for its rampant misogyny, has been in its death throes for some time, destroyed from within. The day was hastened some time ago with the departure of Vigilant, who I actually miss, except that he was the one who stuck up for all the other insufferable jerks who made the site so toxic.
Wikipedia Sucks and So Do Its Critics just went dark this week, along with their companion Blogspot site a few days later, in an unexplained TOS takedown from their provider. The survivors are huddled together on the Wikipedia Review proboards, trying to talk bravely about anything except what really matters.
Longtime Wikipediocracy insider Zoloft (William Burns) continues to brownnose at both sites, as does the insufferable newcomer hasten-the-day™ true believer Rogol Domedonfors.
So what is left? Has Wikipedia become too boring to criticize? Or is this the harbinger of the demise of Wikipedia itself, finally overcome by the weight of its own groupthink.