Avenger has just released his HyperWRT manual – in the form of a Wiki. I’m gonna start adding (or modifying) content – but probably not for a couple of days. In the meantime, I wonder how many folks are using wikis for collaborative electronic manuals. I know it’s the “in” thing to do. But I wonder if a) general/basic customers will use such documentation, b) how document consistency can be strictly enforced, c) whether or not this consistency breaks down with large numbers of contributors, and d) whether there are any special documentation “quality control” steps that should be applied for any “customer-facing” documents. Any insightful comments would be greatly appreciated.