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It's been almost half a year since I updated this list, so here goes. 
(Note: I count only numbers, and make no judgments about size or 
quality of articles in any of these.) Numbers in parentheses were 
from the last count; numbers in brackets were from the first count I 
made two or three years ago.

Volapuk     - vo.wikipedia.org  -  2,191 (   741) [    44]
Esperanto   - eo.wikipedia.org  - 74,945 (60,013) [16,807]
Ido         - io.wikipedia.org  - 14,793 (14,002) [   550]
Interlingue - ie.wikipedia.org  -    281 (   281) [    87]
Novial      - nov.wikipedia.org -  1,880 ( 1,014) [      ]
Interlingua - ia.wikipedia.org  -  3,488 ( 3,261) [ 1,380]
Lojban      - jbo.wikipedia.org -    528 (   332) [    25]

Languages are listed by chronological order of appearance.

Note: The World Esperanto Youth Organization (TEJO) and 
Esperanto@Interreto (E@I) have just jointly published a forty-page 
booklet in Esperanto on using the Wikipedia and editing Wikipedia 
articles. For those of us who preorder (before the actual release 
date in mid-April) it looks as though it will retail for around two 
or three euros (currently three or four dollars or thereabouts).


-- Don HARLOW
http://www.webcom.com/~donh/don/don.html
Opinions (in English): http://www.harlows.org/don/opinions/
Esperanto (in English): http://www.harlows.org/don/esperanto/
Literaturo (Esperante): http://donh.best.vwh.net/Esperanto/Literaturo