I don't know what type of writing style this wiki wants, so I will try to reduce adding information and just stick to basic summaries for things. I don't want to double the work load for anyone if there is conflict.
It was great to see all those articles you put up, really great. But some of the information was not quite right in terms of what the canon information from the show was, or some word choices that were a little ambiguous in their meaning and might have cause a bit of misunderstanding for some people reading. My actual day job involves editing articles etc, so it's pretty quick work for me when there are words already there to look over. :)
In the other articles we hadn't put the name of the episodes where things appeared, so I was just making the articles you provided in line with the other articles.
it's a lot easier to just check over new articles and if there needs to be an adjustment, that is much, much quicker! We've managed to get a whole lot of new articles up over the past couple of days and that is just so great. We also have someone else who is started to contribute some really nice detailed summaries for the episodes, so it's handy to have a look at those and see if there is anything in them that can be linked / new articles created.
Thanks. Though I would still like to know what type of style to use, so that would require a policy to look over or an announcement (whatever is easier).
The wikis I work on will call out an episode someplace sentence if it reads too much like "You're suppose this". That is the style I am use to.
I would also like to know what articles would be appropriate to create. The miscellaneous objects like the necklace was needed, imo. But in one episode there were colorful fish in a pond and child with a holographic backpack. Though I'm sure I can add those the holo tech page. And then there are things like Vehicles and Guns, which I would like to put onto on whole page as a listing. I am just not sure how to go about.
This is what a wiki is, though, a continually updated encolyopedia. It needs people to start pages, like you have been doing, and then others come in and add more information, or make changes. No article is ever really 'finalised' on a wiki.
On the style/help pages were are currently working on those, but they are a bit of a job of work to get them all up at once and then people can comment if they need to be adjusted at all in line with what people want to see on here.