It has already been brought up to use the community wiki feature of stack exchange as this site is in its early beta state.
The existing example is to convert an answer(you can no longer do this for posts) to community wiki so the SmugMug FAQ can be covered and filled in by the community at large. I am not sure what was meant by the SmugMug FAQ, maybe the help site(http://help.smugmug.com/)?
It is important to point out what the stack exchange community at large has determined the fate of community wiki to be. In this post the piece that I think is most relevant to the above example is this:
The intent of community wiki in answers is to help share the burden of solving a question. An incomplete “seed” answer is a stepping stone to a complete solution with help from others; an incomplete question is a hindrance and an obstacle to getting a solution as no one understands the inquiry. It is in answers that the goal of community wiki, for the community, by the community, shows its truest colors.
Yet even in answers, true collaboration is scarce. Most of the time, a single individual can provide a complete answer. There are even times where a question looks like it’ll need a massive effort, but one gallant user steps up to the plate with an impressive and comprehensive answer.
With the ground rules above said, is this what the community here deems as a good idea to use Community Wiki? Do we want one big post that covers the SmugMug FAQ? Do we want to setup 9 posts to cover all the same things covered at the help site, then just basically quote that? Ideas?