A flood of new Wikipedia articles has arrived on the internet, with many users complaining about the slow pace of change.
While many users are happy to see more articles added, many others are complaining about slow or non-existent edits.
The new articles have a number of features which some users find difficult to understand.
As of Monday morning, more than 9,000 articles had been added to the online encyclopedia, which has more than 13 million articles.
While most users are enjoying the flood, others are finding the new articles to be a little slow to load and to make edits.
Some of the articles have multiple pages, and many users have encountered a lot of duplicate content.
Many users are also complaining that the article editing process is cumbersome.
“As of today, Wikipedia is running on about 20% CPU usage,” said Shashi Tharoor, the Chief Secretary to the Prime Minister of India.
“It takes about 3 minutes to edit a single article, and then about 4 to 6 minutes to add a new one.
So if we are talking about 5 minutes, we are going to run into a serious bottleneck,” he said.”
It has been a long time since I have been writing a single paragraph in the morning.
But this time I am going to try my best to write one,” said a user from Mumbai, India.
Another user in the US, who did not wish to be named, said he was using the same machine to edit articles and the speed was “incredible”.
“The speed was unbelievable when I was using a similar machine, but this time it is getting worse,” the user wrote on Twitter.
The new Wikipedia is a part of the Wikimedia Foundation, a non-profit organisation which owns Wikipedia and collaborates with Wikipedia to bring Wikipedia to a new level of accessibility.
It is run by Wikimedia Foundation member organisations such as Wikipedia, Wikimania and Wikipedia International.
The Wikimedia Foundation says it is aiming to have all Wikipedia articles online in 2020.
The latest addition to the new Wikipedia will be a new section on how to navigate flood-prone regions, called “The World’s Flaming Mountains” and a new article on how people can find the nearest hospital, which is currently titled “A nurse is helping you.”