The list of all of the games currently in our Wiki. Whilst we typically allow free-reign when it comes to adding new content, take care when adding a series of articles related to a game that you do not go against the current convention, or make use of a conflicting naming scheme.
Regarding all of your questions pertaining to any kind of hard ware, from cabinets to sticks to consoles.
An article regarding the Evolution fighting game tournaments.
An in depth look at the history of competitive fighting.
Rules of Engagement
Don't scribble all over someone's page. The Wiki has built-in tools to help authors protect their content. Don't make their job harder by trashing up the place. A wiki is most useful when it's open to the entire community to edit and refine its knowledge. Right now it's completely open, but we will start moderating it if things get too out of control.
Maintain a Consistent Style
We've filled in a basic skeleton for the way things should look for most sections. Check out the section on Street Fighter 3: 3rd Strike for an example of how the front page for a strategy section should look, and Alex's page for an example of how a character's page should look. However, certain details should obviously be omitted as necessary. We implore you to provide new content for the wiki, but ensure your contributions are in an appropriate format.
Record your Progression
Get into the habit of marking out links to article with the appropriate image affixed to the end relative to it's completion rank. It should go without saying but, 0% refers to a completely blank, or only very loosely outlined article, whereas 100% refers to a completed article.
If you think there is only something very minute that you are, for whatever reason, unable to rectify limiting it's completion, please additionally attach an asterisk (*) to the 100% progress .gif and the note in italics at the end of the link.
e.g. * Capcom Fighting Evolution - Missing one of the characters from the tier listing entirely
Note that these should only be used to describe the destination article ONLY. All child links are subject to separate scrutiny.
If you've never used a wiki before, the MediaWiki User's Guide contains lots of information for usage and configuration help.
If you'd like to jump right in, editing a Wiki is lot like writing a forum post, except the markup rules are much more rich. You can check the Editing section on MediaWiki for a description of all the rules available, with some brief examples.
Don't be afraid to ask anyone else involved in the SRK Wiki. The following people have volunteered themselves to address any questions newer users might have: