@alabaeye please notice, that there is a new thread linked in the first message of this thread
Lets call the new approach the "swiki"-approacht for brevity.
You have to get rid of the idea of table.
The two tables which I created are just arbitrarily selected.
The data is in more ore less "free form" on wiki pages, one page per entry.
What you see as a table is in fact a query. You can choose whatever fields you like.
Create a own "table", better "view" on your page.
Look for the source of the pages to have an idea, how it works.
And: be bold. It's a wiki, everything is versionized, you cant break it ...
And for example, same queries are allready built in into the pages.
Look for example
I just have build a query into the template for Mapping Tools:
Its quite easy. You see the row definitions in the above page.
And yes: the content of the wiki is very well machine readable. It's allready linked data.
Ah, and there is the oportunity to even have some "calculated" query result using templates:
but, from first reading, not for table output, only for list, ... will see