I initiate a thread on that subject as suggested by Jeremy
Often enough, whilst answering questions in the forums, I find myself thinking "I am answering again a question whose response has certainly been given already (too) many times".
I am surely not alone, as some of the experienced users have added in their signatures links to documentation they often had to refer to.
Of course there is the Search feature, but it is sometimes difficult to find its way in the answers and to judge which ones are relevant to a specific case, accurate and up to date.
I do think that by its very nature, some of a wiki main purposes are just that: collect answers to often asked questions, capitalize knowledge and also be able to easily update the content as technology evolve and to enhance its accuracy.
So some goals of this thread could be to answer these questions:
1) How to encourage knowledgeable (of course!) forums users to increase and improve LQ Wiki
2) How to encourage people in need of answers to consult LQ Wiki before posting.
3) How to organize LQ Wiki's content in order to make as easy as possible to find its way and relevant answers in it.
I do recognize that a lot of documentation about Linux in general and your preferred distribution in particular is already available elsewhere, so LQ wiki should include links to these sources - including of course the ones included in some of us' signature
Enough said to prime the pump (I hope), so please sharpen your pencils.