I've been trying to shepherd the article through the process that will get it accepted. The article discussion page is currently going through the rounds trying to decide how much of the article ought to be based upon Satoshi's white paper, with one "contributor" arguing to throw that white paper out completely as a source of information.
The article itself was put back as a "regular" article on December 14th, and has had a very steady rate of development since. There is one agitator who tried to suggest it needed to get thrown back to the deletion discussion, but at least for now that idea has been quashed. Essentially, Bitcoin has met the minimum standards for "notability" by the Wikipedia community which is why the article exists now.
As a general warning: edit the Wikipedia article at your own risk! It is getting a whole lot of attention lately and as a result has some long-time veterans who are injecting their own spin on Bitcoin. Most of them are only reading the press releases for information and are completely dismissing this website for information. It sort of gives a jaded view of the project, but I'll leave that as it may be.