Since substantial progress has been made on The FunKey Wiki, I thought that I would share what has been done on the wiki up to this point. The wiki is run by me, Coolie, independently from the FunKey Team, as an unofficial source of information for FunKey S users. Since more information about the system and its operating system will be available closer to the launch of the system, my initial focus on the wiki has been setting up its foundations. On the wiki's main page are links to the FunKey Team's various social media pages and a general FAQ for both the wiki and the FunKey S itself, using information that the FunKey Team has shared up to this point. Also present on the main page is the latest news regarding the device, which at the moment is the fourth "episode" of "What's up, FunKey?". Summaries of past news, articles that have been written about the FunKey S, product reviews, and videos by the FunKey Team and others are compiled on a page that I have dubbed "The FunKey Times". Most importantly, however, is the list of third-party software that has been compiled on the wiki. Divided into utilities, natively-running games (there are none until the FunKey launches and developers make compatible programs), emulatable freeware games, and emulatable commercial games, this section of the website has been created to provide FunKey S users with a source to find software for their device without having to resort to illegal piracy. After scouring the internet for lists of various software for various systems (and probably having still missed many), I have compiled lists that together include over 1200 programs that can be emulated on the FunKey S. To ensure the quality of the games listed, I have also instituted a list of criteria that listed games must follow to ensure that the lists aren't filled with unfinished games or demos. If you wish to help with the wiki or have suggestions of what could be added to it, feel free to message me on the FunKey Discord sever.