The site we know as SorryAntiVaxxer started small about a year and a half ago, and today it seems to be one of the biggest and most influential sites on the Internet!
I don't know if SorryAntiVaxxer will remain as is, or eventually morph/expand into something broader (perhaps "Sorry Anti-Science"). Regardless, I think it's strange that the phenomenon known as SorryAntiVaxxer does not currently have a Wikipedia page about it. (There is, however, a Wikipedia page for the Herman Cain Awards on Reddit, which is good to know.)
Would anyone like to create a Wikipedia entry about SorryAntiVaxxer? It doesn't need to be very detailed to start. Several of us could add bits of information to fill in any gaps.
There is definitely a lot to say about this site! Of course, we must adhere to Wikipedia's rules: use neutral language, cite all sources, etc.
So, how about it?
Just FYI: I searched Wikipedia and came across only one mention of SAV here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deaths_of_anti-vaccine_advocates_from_COVID-19
"A number of websites or social media outlets list such deaths, including "[a] website called Sorry Antivaxxer, which catalogues the COVID-19 deaths of people who had publicly posted their rejection of the vaccine", as well as "the Twitter account Covidiot Deaths, [and] the Reddit forum called the Herman Cain Award".
Herman Cain award does have it own page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herman_Cain_Award
I found this article online. You can lock it so that only site administrators can edit it.
Would Vaxman approve of a Wikipedia page?
People make the entries, not Wikipedia. There are very few protected sites so pages are vandalized a lot. IOW, anyone willing to write about it should also be willing to watch the page at least weekly to ensure it is factual and edited.
They changed the templates and I still have not been able to enter a page for one of my relatives who got a raw deal by the moron who entered incorrect info about him and his partner. (5 year olds know how to write HTML... but not me...) Having COVID brain on top of old lady brain also rules me out.