I don't think I want to put my Wiki under the cboard name, however, as it's really a separate project. It would likely go under a more unaligned name .
Because, really, I'm sure there are hundreds of site-sponsored Wikis, but I really feel like that would hinder growth. Making the site more generic and open to any form of tutorial (not just related to the C family) makes the site open to anyone, and in doing so allows for far more unique tutorials to be written on a variety of programming topics. E.g. I wouldn't feel like a tutorial on using php to poll a Perforce server for recent changes on a cboard-style wiki.
But on that note, if this Wiki solely intends to be a FAQ-style wiki for cboard then it wouldn't make sense for it to be generic, by mere definition alone. *shrugs and wanders about, mostly in circles*