The famous online encyclopedia, Wikipedia, has lost over 49,000 editors, but has denied allegations that the site is struggling, according to BBC News.
Wikipedia encourages editorial changes from anyone who comes onto the site.
Wikipedia UK, a chapter of the organization that operates Wikipedia, has denied that the website is struggling, just simply, "seeking more expert contributors."
"We're trying to engage a bit more at the moment with people who are very knowledgeable, people who are experts, so working with museums was the obvious next step," said Michael Peel of Wikimedia UK.
Peel also claims that Wikipedia is not dying. "It's freely licensed which means that content that has been added will be there forever," he added in an interview with The New York Times newspaper."
Felipe Ortega, researcher from the University Rey Juan Carlos in Madrid, said if the downward trend continued there will be issues with the site.
"If the negative trend is maintained for too much time, say one or two years, eventually the project could enter a problematic phase," he said.