Admin (aka Kevin) is the man behind Lostpedia. He originally built the site to find the answers to the show, as well as pick up wiki skills. Since then, he has been surprised by how quickly the site has taken off.
Plkrtn hails from the UK, and works across the site, spreading his work load between graphic design as well as wiki and forum moderation. Along with Jabberwock, he designed the now famous Lostbook skin for the site.
Robert K S, a long time contributor from Ohio, became a SysOp in February 2008 as Season 4 had just started. He helped revive the Featured article of the Week, has contributed a number of transcripts, and occasionally takes a hunting knife to "Unanswered questions" sections.
Blue eagle islander is a South Australian user who first came to Lostpedia during The Lost Experience. He is also a regular on the Lostpedia IRC channel, under the name "Bleag". He was made a SysOp in August 2008.
CTS is a user who first came to Lostpedia prior to the airing of Season 4. He has made many contributions to the site, and loves to contribute to episode and character articles. He was made a SysOp in November 2008.
Hailing from Alabama, Sam McPherson joined Lostpedia during early season 3. He enjoys writing the biographies for character articles. He can occasionally be found on the forums. He was made a SysOp in March 2009.
A retired soldier and retired database developer, Jim settled in the mountains of North Georgia. A fan since the pilot, Jim began lurking at Lostpedia in late 2007 or early 2008 and made his first edit in April 2008. He's around most days. He enjoys keeping the content of theory pages in line with Lostpedia policy. He has written a number of "excellent" theories, not a single one of which has ever proven to be correct. He was made a SysOp in March 2010.
Orhan hails from Bitola, Macedonia. He joined Lostpedia after watching Season 1 in Macedonia, just as Season 3 was ending in the USA. On Lostpedia, Orhan has worked on voice actor and guest actor projects, as well as categorizing theory articles with nav-templates, and currently updates and reworks the Wiki's portals. He was made a SysOp in April 2010.
Baker1000 is from an Island called the United Kingdom. He began watching Lost in 2005, and discovered Lostpedia during The Lost Experience in 2006. Since then he has been a regular editor on the site. He was made a SysOp in August 2011.