in case the above is inappropriate (e.g., you want to report the finding of horrible profanities hidden
in the wikis, written right-to-left), and you cannot do otherwise, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are so inclined, you may submit patches with your wiki corrections (this applies esp. if you are a
git/command line person). Suppose you find something wrong in https://ohwr.org/project/conv-rs485-opt-rtm/wikis/Design-notes. You can simply do the following: clone the project repository, but prepending .wiki before the .git part (this is the actual git repository address storing wiki pages).
There, you can edit files with your favourite editor, commit them and (if you have the appropriate membership) push back. If you are not a member, you can create patches with git format-patch and submite them by e-mail so that the administrator can apply them. An example: