Maybe in 10 years?
But you have to start somewhere.
> Maybe in 10 years?
Org mode has a 5 year advantage over vimwiki (2003 vs 2008) and significantly more contributors. Vimwiki only seems to have had meaningful contributions from others since Q3 2014 So maybe. Who knows.
It also assumes that the average vim developer has roughly the same skill as the average emacs developer. Is that true, though? Obviously I'm biased, but it seems to me that emacs is far friendlier to the sort of user who demands the ability to extend his environment as he wishes.
Which leads me to the question of whether as many vim users are also vim developers, as emacs users are also emacs developers? I think that the former is fairly uncommon, whilst the latter is fairly common. Sure, there are emacs users who don't extend it, but my perception is that they are far rarer than vim users who just use their editor.
Does vim have an equivalent to gnus, magit, eww, erc, emms, slack-mode, info &c.? Probably a few of those, but of the ones it has are they as mature?
 e.g. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/26669280/setup-a-personal...
There you go. Very little Elisp required, and maybe a little bit more if you want styles. But if you don't have the constraint of being able to browse file:// style, you can link absolutely, so you just need a template, which is doable.
Or you can use the Jekyll plugin, if you want to go that way.