Wikipedia is unlikely to want to make an article on Wikipedia Review purely because they hate to acknowledge criticism. In order to get an article made about us, we would have to get major media attention. Yes, we have an Alexa rank higher than Wikipedia Watch and Wikitruth, but we do not have as much media attention. We have now 1 story that has mentioned us - we probably need 10-15, and at least a few that are primarily focussed around us. We are a long way off getting that. Wikipedia's rules on Alexa rank are also a fair bit stricter than that. They also require 5,000 registered members - we have less than 200. Granted we had 250 on the old forum, but even if we added the two we are still under 500, 1/10th of the way there.
Yes, we are the first major interactive forum for criticism of Wikipedia (Lir's forum was before this, but nobody went there), and we are also by far the largest, and are influential on other projects, such as Wikitruth for sure. They get a lot of their information from here, that much they can't dispute. And whilst ordinarily that would be enough for a Wikipedia article, because Wikipedia hates us, its not.
I think that this forum is going well. What we need now is to get some more exposure. We need this to be a collaboration of all critics of Wikipedia, or as many as possible. Whilst we don't need to exclude non-critics, I think that critics need to be our focus. People who think that Wikipedia is perfect do not belong here, quite frankly. And people who come to bash this site or destroy it do not belong. Sometimes I think we are too tolerant of such people. Wikipedia certainly doesn't tolerate critics, no matter how constructive they are.
We also probably need to have a side project of some kind. A group blog was suggested, and I think is a good idea. I am totally bankrupt right now so I can't put up money for such a thing. Does the current software allow this? Everyone who is in the group "Wikipedia Review cabal" should be able to add entries. I think that this would help this site. Also perhaps some single page user pages for anyone in that same group might be good too. And if we have e-mail addresses, perhaps a firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com etc might be good too, at least for a few people.