Wikipedia was launched on January 15, 2001, which makes the crowd-sourced encyclopedia 15 years old this week. To mark the milestone, the Wikimedia Foundation has revealed the most-edited articles since Wikipedia’s inception.

Much has changed at Wikipedia since its foundation a decade and a half ago. The website is drastically different, there are native mobile apps for smartphones, Wikipedia vandalism has become a thing, and the number of people who use Wikipedia on a day-to-day basis has shot through the roof — it is the seventh most-visited site on the planet, according to Alexa, and the only nonprofit anywhere near the top. It also passed five million English-language articles last year.

Wikipedia 2001

Above: Wikipedia 2001

In 2001, the most-edited article was Creationism, with 149 edits. In 2015, the most-edited article was Deaths in 2015, with more than 18,000 edits. That was also the most-read article, as it happens, with almost 28 million views. Yearly deaths have been the most-edited articles on the English-language Wikipedia annually, since 2007.

Of the 5,053,647 English-language articles, there have been a total of 808,187,367 edits. Here, we take a look at the most-edited articles of all time.

  1. George W. Bush (45,862)

  2. List of WWE personnel (42,863)

  3. United States (35,742)

  4. Wikipedia (33,958)

  5. Michael Jackson (28,152)

  6. Jesus (28,084)

  7. Catholic Church (26,421)

  8. List of programs broadcast by ABS-CBN (25,188)

  9. Barack Obama (24,708)

  10. Adolf Hitler (24,612)

  11. Britney Spears (23,802)

  12. World War II (23,739)

  13. Deaths in 2013 (22,529)

  14. The Beatles (22,399)

  15. India (22,271)