I just wandered over to the Wiki-formosa deal. A mild suggestion, if you want people to contribute to that knowledge base you need to do two things:
First, make it easy to do. I am not wiki-literate so I had zero clue as to how to do any of it. It looks like you have to know how to “wiki-program”. (looks vaguely like html programing, which I know nothing about either). Now I realize that the wiki-software package may simply be as it is but if it can be tinkered with to simplify it, then that would be helpful.
Second, and I know this is wikipedia heresy, but I (for one) will not contribute pieces if any and all dingbats in cyberspace can blow in and change the piece around at their whim. Put simply you should have a lock feature where the submitted article is taken as an all or nothing proposition and kept intact until a decision is reached to delete it.