I think most of the class is more interested in the next class (and the last class) at this point, than in your excellent summaries. I can see how that might be quite frustrating. It would be more fun and engaging for you, if more people were engaged and interested. Some suggestions which might help with that?
1. What if you focused on summaries of more contemporary classes, instead of going in chronological order. If you were writing summaries of the class of one week or two weeks ago, you might get more interest, participation, and help.
2. What if you asked questions on the other forums about part of your summaries? If you asked people, something like, "here's how I summarized part of last week's discussion, but, did I get it right in this respect? You might engage more people.
3. If you highlighted some of your questions and issues about summaries of various class sessions on the more frequented forums, and asked people for input, you might get more engagement?
4. A bit of controversy always pulls people in. If you could highlight some of the 'contentions of the week', or, for example, pick up on some comments and analyze them (for example, I made a post suggesting that the class had reduced it's emphasis on the first-time reader perspective latterly. That's a subjective observation. If you could make some sort of statistical chart from your data, it would be interesting and engaging), that might engender more interest and involvement?
I certainly think your work is valuable, but, can see how it might well be lonely and frustrating at the moment. Finding ways to engage more people in thinking about the summaries would make it more fun?
All the best. We are rooting for you.