Wikipedia's articles for online community manager and community management need a lot of work. For example, the "online community manager" article does not even reflect that many community managers work with hybrid online/offline communities (with real-life meetups, conferences, project sprints, and so on).
Let's read these articles, discuss what they should look like, make a todo list, get our laptops out, and do some hands-on editing together.
If people want to do this but have never edited Wikipedia before, that's great - I like teaching people about making good edits, and probably other people at CLS are experienced Wikipedia editors too.
Understanding how Wikipedia works is useful knowledge for community managers, and improving people's understanding of our work is good for us as well.