There is an (arbitrary) filter; I can not show all the nodes and links. So, here are the pages which are referenced between 20 and 100 (xcl.) times.
I did it on 14oct2002 with graphviz  after extracting the inter-links with a small perl script to produce a .dot file . The second part of the file is the reference count (to and from nodes).
The pdf version is zoomable and searchable (by ps2pdf ghostscript).
What is interesting is the reference count: how many pages are referenced 'N' times, and how many pages include 'N' references to other pages in the wiki. There is no 'on average'; it is a PowerLaw distribution. A few pages reference a lot of pages (or are referenced by a lot of pages). And a lot of pages are just referenced a couple of time (or reference a few pages)
There are other examples on [ReseauCitoyen](in French)
I got the idea after reading "[Linked, the New Science of Networks]" by [Albert-László Barabási] and "[Nexus: Small Worlds and the Groundbreaking Science of Networks]" by Mark Buchanan.
See also TouchGraphWikiBrowser