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Welcome to WikiApiary, a wiki that collects, displays and analyzes information about the usage and performance of 21,639 independent MediaWiki installations as well as 7,610 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.
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Thanks for signing up and checking out WikiApiary! I hope you find it interesting. Thanks also for the link to the Wikia site list. I'm curious, are you affiliated with Wikia? 🐝 thingles (talk) 04:37, 5 June 2013 (UTC)
- I'm just an admins on a couple of larger wikis that happen to use semantic mediawiki. Also I agree with kgh's concerns, some sort of filter is definitely needed as probably tens of thousands of wikis are just plain junk. I suggested the WAM page because it sort of took that into account, but I couldn't find any other format of that data. If you want, I could try contacting wikia and asking them if they could add a different format. Simant (talk) 12:02, 5 June 2013 (UTC)