I'd expect Lesswrong and EA Forum to be quite high. But it depends what metric you are thinking of. Forums have a lot of active content compared to the other sites that are not updated as often. Forums probably have lower Unique User numbers and higher Page Views compared to these other sites
AI Safety Support only started mid last year so hard to get a clear picture
So 1405 Sessions and 2627 Page view second half of 2020.
This sounds just like what we are doing at AI Safety Support
Thank you Remmelt for all of the work you have done. Personally I've got a lot of value out of participating in and helping organise the AI Safety Camp and getting to work with you.
I have been donating to Remmelts Patreon for over 2 years. This has been a relatively small cost to me and I feel like I have benefited more than I have contributed.
It seems like you are making contributions to lots of different projects. None of them large enough for you to get a sustainable income.
This is similar to a problem I see in academia a times. People may want to contribute to research, but refuse if they are not able to contribute enough to have their name on the paper (the currency of academia). There are of course people who provide a small amount of help on projects and are mentioned in the acknowledgments. It's like you have ended up only in the acknowledgements.
I find these situations quite frustrating. It usually makes me think of this quote from someone who probably won't mind if I don't credit them.
“It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit.”