A few thoughts
Yes, this is fine.
Originally, I began developing my thoughts and recording my insights on the wiki. Given my limited wiki skills, I wasn't able to format these in a way that furthered my thinking. I took the content off the wiki, and put it into a document, where I was able to create a Table of Contents (which in turn helped me to logically organize my thoughts). Also, because of the ease of creating pages on the wiki, the pages themselves started to get out of hand (re: navigation. So, porting them to a document format made sense to get my thoughts in order.
The document was originally created as an Open Office document, and then exported to PDF.
Regarding the community building bullets - let me check on that one. Actually, I think that bullets that are short and concise are infinitely preferable to sentences that go on and on...
No worries - the table syntax is a "killer" and I still get confused by this.
When I get a gap - I'll help you in getting this content into wiki format.
Good information design and navigation is not easy to achieve in a networked and hyperlinked environment like a wiki. Moreover - with new and challenging projects - structure evolves, and it's not easy to develop the best fit structure off the bat.
Now that the structure of the project is firming up - we would be able to develop a navigation template - and I'll help you with that.