Hmm, and I've been watching too and it looks like the script that generates the list for Moon Zoo live has stopped working.
In case you're interested this is how Moon Zoo live works:
Every 5 minutes we look at the recent classifications and grab the 50 most recent classifications (by different people). We then take these classifications, use a 3rd party service to work out where on Earth the Zooite was (by your IP address) then we make a JSON (http://www.moonzoo.org/live.json
) list of the names, positions (Moon and Earth) for Moon Zoo live.
As Moon Zoo live runs in your web browser and gets towards the end of the list of 50 to show if requests a new list from the server again.
If at any point the script stops working then by default the server continues to display the last successfully generated list (which is what you are seeing now).
So basically, if when the script generate you are in the 50 most recent classifiers then you'll show up.
That said, I'm sorry to say I think the service (free) that we have been using to look up IP addresses has fallen over and so I'll look into fixing this today.
Sorry for any confusion caused.