What happened is that GSoW went through a complete turnaround with its training, organization and leadership. It was a massive change that I called GSoW 3.14, because of this we lost our focus on the Skeptic Book Project.
So I apologize to anyone out there that was expecting great skeptic book pages to be turning out every couple days. The fact is that it takes a very long time to write a Wikipedia page correctly and everyone on my team has busy lives and we are all volunteers after-all.
Enough with the excuses, lets see what we did turn out.
Several of these books were not done in the last 6 months, but in the last few years. I'm going to include them anyway as they were created by GSoW and well worth some extra attention from our community.
Tracking the Chupacabra by Ben Radford was created by Nathan Miller in June 2013.
I Sold my Soul on E-bay by Hemant Mehta re-written by Christine Daley Feb 2014
Bad Astronomy by Phil Plait was created also by Nathan Miller as well as Plait's other book Death From the Skies!
God Sent Me: A Textbook Case on Evolution vs. Creation was a Wikipedia page I wrote after reading a review of the book in a Skeptical Inquirer magazine. The book was written by Jeffery Selman.
The Psychology of the Psychic written by David Marks was created by April Poff
Paranormality by Richard Wiseman I wrote March 2016
Psychic Blues written by Mark Edward received a brand new page by April Poff
Mastermind: How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes by Maria Konnikova was written by Janyce Boynton
Flim-Flam! by James Randi was rewritten in August 2014
Mysterious New Mexico written by Ben Radford was written by April Poff
Bigfoot: The Life and Times of a Legend written by Joshua Blu Buhs received a brand new Wikipedia page from Janyce Boynton
Far far less than was our intention. Yet, each of these pages are strong, well researched pages that our community can be proud of.
One more thing. What do the numbers look like? How many views have these Wikipedia pages received in the time that GSoW can say they took responsibility of the page?
This number is only a page view count, we can not know if these are unique visitors or how long the viewer stayed on the page. Just raw page views.
As of the writing of this blog on July 31, 2016 they have received
57,016 total views
4,387 in the last 30 days
975 in the last 7 days
Still quite an achievement.
If you would like to join our project, we would love to have you. Open up a Wikipedia account, friend me on Facebook so I can add you to the Secret Cabal and write to me at GSoWteam@gmail.com