rather than having your own wiki why not connect it to Wikipedia and create a deep collaboration. So when I type CMake, for illustration, I go to an article on wikipedia or a modified version like the collaboration between facebook and wikipedia. (If your click on your city Name you get the introduction article of wikipedia corresponding to that city.)
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Our tag wikis are for frequently asked questions, book lists, and a bit of general knowledge. Wikipedia doesn't do that.
Check out the PHP tag wiki. Will any Wikipedia page do that? No. They may have a list of resources, but they won't have a FAQ section.
I don't see much of a benefit here, we're just making it worse if we add that.