Tikiwiki has introduced an Editorial Board to help people learn about the Tikiwiki Manual of Style, the Documentation Templates and other procedural stuff that makes some people's teeth hurt.
Any interested editors bent on creating order in this wiki are welcome to sign on.
While it lacks formal authority, editorial board members are a group that have a clue about what is going on in the documentation and also sometimes have an opinion. Currently being debated are the use of status indicators on documentation pages and whether or not to elect a Chief Editor.
From the "Dept-of-little-known-tiki-facts":
A new month, a new list of requests. Thanks to torpedro for his work on custom menus and to ricks99 for his work on FAQ's. Take a look at this weeks tasks, there's something there you can do!
We need your help with these pages in our online documentation.