forteanajones has been working on Wikipedia since Sep 19, 2004 and recently passed 719 edits (although many are edits to this page, talk pages, and various personal project pages and archives. Not to mention this number obviously changes every time the number is updated).
His first article was Medical oddity.
Well, technically my first article was Telepathine but this was immediately grabbed and merged into Harmala.
Other Wikipedians have posted questions and comments to my talk page here -- usually I will try to respond on other respective talk pages.
Oh, and I just discovered WikiTree which is a little more than a month old and doing well.
Bahá'í Faith, Cabinet of curiosities, Dachau concentration camp, Fortean Times, Gamma wave, John Banister (scientist), John Keel, John Titor, List of magazines of anomalous phenomena, Philip K. Dick, SMR, Sir Richard Francis Burton, Shadow (psychology), The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, The Mad Gasser of Mattoon, The Mothman Prophecies, White Witch, William S. Burroughs
somewhat significant contributions
Andrew Adamson, Anomalous phenomenon, Auditory processing disorder, Banisteriopsis caapi, Body double, Charles Fort, Doppelgänger, Electroencephalography, Jean Gebser, Mir Mine, Mushroom, Simulacrum, Template:Forteana-stub, 45th Infantry Division,
Allan V. Cox, Arthur Magazine, Breaking Open the Head, Category:Forteana, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Daniel Pinchbeck, Ellis Lawson Banister, John Riley Banister, Image:John_Riley_Banister_as_a_young_man.jpg, Image:John Riley Banister with Luther Alred (Oklahoma, November 11, 1911).jpg, Image:John Riley Banister, receiving a rifle in recognition for meritorious services.jpg, Image:John Riley Banister points to the changed brand on a stolen animal.jpg, Image:John Riley Banister as an engineer on the Santa Fe Railroad at Cleburne, Texas in 1887.jpg, Look-alike, Medical oddity, Metacine, Perinormal phenomenon, Rick Strassman, Sam Bass, Shaman's Drum Journal, Tsa lung Trul khor
Albertus Magnus, Anomalous phenomenon, Arthur Magazine, Asperger syndrome, Auditory processing disorder, Augustine of Hippo, Bahá'í calendar, Bahá'í Faith, Banisteriopsis caapi, Belief, Black Death, Bön, Breaking Open the Head, C. S. Lewis, Carl Jung, Charles Fort, Cowboy Bebop, Daniel Pinchbeck, Divinity, Doctor Who, Doppelgänger, Dzogchen, Edward Eager, Electroencephalography, Electronic voice phenomena, Ellis Lawson Banister, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Fictional character, Fungus, Galileo Galilei, Gnosticism, God, Hinduism, Infocom, Isaac Newton, Islam, J.D. Salinger, Jean Gebser, Johannes Kepler, John Titor, Julian May, List of deities, Look-alike, Leonardo da Vinci, Logic, Logical reasoning, Macrocosm and microcosm, Magic (paranormal), Magic theory, Medical oddity, Meditation, Metaphysics, My Neighbor Totoro, Mysticism, Nicholas Flamel, Paradigm, Paradigm (experimental), Paul Stamets, Perinormal phenomenon, Philip K. Dick, Philosophy of science, Prayer, Quetzalcoatl, Renaissance, Richard Francis Burton, Ross Macdonald, Science, Shadow (psychology), Shamanism, Symbolism, Synchronicity, The Chronicles of Narnia, Transmutation, Tsa lung Trul khor, Tycho Brahe, William R. Corliss, A Wizard of Earthsea, Zork