From a story on CatholicCulture.org:
Vatican webmaster Msgr. Lucio Adrian Ruiz, an Argentine priest who has taught computer science in Bogota and Rome, offered an overview of the Holy See’s web site in an August 11 L’Osservatore Romano interview.
Msgr. Ruiz, who supervises a staff of 21, says that the site will be undergoing a significant redesign-- a task made challenging by the presence of 500,000 pages at vatican.va. The redesigned site will include documents from pre-20th century popes and pages on the Holy See’s diplomatic activity, as well as a page of videos of Pope Benedict’s talks.
More visitors to the web site come from the United States than from any other nation, said Msgr. Ruiz; next in popularity, in order, are Italy, Spain, Germany, Brazil, South Korea, Mexico, Canada, France, and China. Msgr. Ruiz noted that numerous Chinese-language pages are being added to the site.