Today's Date: Saturday 11 May 2013
Current estimated date of the release of Fallout 3 by Bethesda: October 7, 2008 
It was released on October 28.
 How many bytes does each edit take up?
"A simple null edit takes ~500 bytes in revision table, ~500 bytes in cu_changes, 250 bytes in page, 700 bytes in recentchanges, 100 bytes in 'text', may grow external storage blob by few bytes or do a compressed text copy (depends). Multiply that by amount of replicas (nearly 10 for enwiki), and you get 20k per edit. A bot which does 5000 edits per day consumes at least 10MB of diskspace a day. Of course, thats just null edits - anything involving changes in links tables or bigger text differences do cost more. If anyone wants to see our core database dataset distribution, a somewhat old snapshot is at http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=pfjIQrTbpVkaIStok1hWAdg&hl=en - it doesn't show external-store use though. Cheers! Domas Mituzas (talk) 08:06, 8 August 2009 (UTC)"
With your help, and the help of a vigilant team of administrators, UESP is expanding. The amount of information stays much the same, relative to an ever-expanding edit history, the storage requirements of which increases by many megabytes a month. I can only hope this is a self-un-fulfilling prophecy, as I have done all I can to address this policy wonkiness.