I wanted to take a sec to address some of the points Rama and Jonwd7 have brought up.
First, let me address ownership. All pages of the Wiki, except the Main Page, are up for the community to edit freely. This means that any content that User A creates, is free to be edited by User B and vice versa. It is very important that the Wiki be moderated by the community so that it can be kept up-to-date, typo free and consistent. Any content submitted to the Wiki is taken out of the original creators hands. That being said, we do intend to recognize the original creator on the page itself. This should be done by keeping a signature at the bottom of the page for now. Additionally, the contributions pages will be opened up soon, they were closed pre-launch and accidentally left in that state.
Pages should follow the basic conventions put forward in the Get Involved page. Personalization is not discouraged, we only want to make sure that other users will not be confused by overly-flourished instructions. This would mean having confusing grammar is a problem (ex. breaking up a sentence on multiple lines), but using the first person is fine. If a user has to ask for an explanation of a step, that is a problem. If there is an encouraging comment somewhere, as long as it does not throw off the reader, then it is fine.
I can see that you both care greatly for your community, but I have to ask that you both make some changes to your approach with the Wiki. Rama, your tutorials are fantastic and a real help for people new to C++, however they would benefit from being more traditionally structured when it comes to grammar and punctuation. Jonwd7, you have brought up a lot of good points about legibility and consistency, this has shown me that I will need to add a few more guidelines so that no one is confused, but I also want you to understand that there is no reason a page has to be neutrally presented.
I hope this helps to clarify things, but if you have any more questions, please just ask or PM me. I am always here for the community!
P.S. Extensions are coming! I have had plans for YouTube embedding, Star Ratings, InfoBoxes and much more for a while; Well before I was getting requests for them left-and-right. We are still primarily focusing our efforts on the AnswerHub and Forums to make sure everything is going smooth, so testing and implementing extensions are still going to be on the backburner for just a little bit longer.