Maybe no one cares, but I felt it a milestone worth recognizing, that early this morning (east coast North America time), the 1,000,000th distinct taxa record was added to the iNat database.
And here it is : https://www.inaturalist.org/taxa/1000000-Pagobius
Of course, there are currently fewer than 1,000,000 active taxonomic concepts between things that are inactive, have been merged as synonyms etc. But still, an impressive number.
Perhaps as a challenge (say a blog post on the site), the site could provide some stats breakdown on how the taxonomic data is split (level, family etc)