Actually, I have one question: How does it work?
What I mean by that is, when the entry system was redesigned in order to include several things about the Internet that are important but can’t be classified as memes (events, websites, ect…), it was pretty sure that the “person” tag would be used for well-known figures. For instance, Nicolas Cage and Chuck Norris are two important mainstream figures who deserve an entry here for their impact on Internet as a whole. That same way, the AVGN and the Nostalgia Critic are big hits as well and come from the Internet directly so they deserve entries as well.
Now… We have had entries for Ron Paul, Jackie Chan… How does it work here?
I know that they are beloved by 4chan but is that it?
What about people that are popular on the web of one country only? For instance, one one hand, I didn’t know who “Ben Croshaw” and “Jim Sterling” were before reading their entries. On the other hand, “Le Joueur du grenier” is very popular here, in France, and we also have French internet celebrities with millions of views on their channels but do they deserve an entry here because of this?
Thanks to Internet, nearly every country has its own internet celebrities on youtube or other video-sharing networks. Do they have to be all added here as “persons”?