Welcome to Brilliant!
As I'm sure you've noticed if you've looked around at all, Brilliant has hundreds of "wiki" pages to help members gain a deeper understanding of the ideas and techniques that are needed to solve problems on the site.
What you may not have realized: the vast majority of these pages were written primarily by our users, not by staff.
To help people find the pages that will be most helpful and need work, we've been hosting "weekend wiki parties" where we encourage the community to help build out our wiki. This week, we're inviting new members to contribute. If you've enjoyed Brilliant so far, you should jump in and become a contributing member! We've still got a lot of important ideas that haven't been well explained on the site yet.
The pages we'd encourage you to contribute to this week:
Don't worry too much about formatting. There's a guide here, but we'd be happy to help you clean up anything you have trouble with. Just leave a comment, introduce yourself, and let us know what you've added to.
For some examples of great wiki pages: