Others may advise you on the specifics of your question; I would like to offer some more general encouragement.
As forum members, we all own and can contribute to the wiki as we choose, subject to the Community Guidelines
. The content and organization of the wiki perpetually reflect an ongoing negotiation among contributors. Generally, the driving values are those that animate Wikipedia
. We want information to be even-handed, objective, factual, carefully referenced, sensitive to nuance, and transparent regarding uncertainty.
Within that context, I would encourage any member who is moved to contribute to be bold and do so. If your choice of location doesn't make sense to other contributors, they may reorganize it. If your content falls short, someone may amend it. Perhaps other contributors will reach out to discuss their vision with you. Over time these interactions can turn individual contributors into collaborators and teams.
The key with a wiki is to maintain a low-ego, open-minded attitude. Be as ready to accept improvements to your words as to defend them.