I have joined my first job 6 months ago as a software developer at a big company. I am the youngest person in my team (probably 10 to 15 years younger than the other members). I like my team very much as all of the members are cool and very helpful.
We have a weekly meeting and other teams also join the meeting. During that meeting we do several things: 1) share our progress towards the project (also individual projects); 2) discuss issues with our product, etc. Very frequently we do small write-ups (on our wiki) on the above topics. The wiki page along with the topics to be discussed in the meeting will be sent to everybody one or two days before the meeting. It would be pretty good if everybody reads it before the meeting: 1) It simplifies the job of the author (of the report) to explain things in the meeting; 2) the team members can provide great feedback so that the work could be improved further.
However, the problem is that most of the team members (including my manager and also members of other teams) are not at all reading the wiki pages before the meeting. They ask very trivial questions during the meeting as you can get the answers to those by just even skimming the wiki page. It gives frustration to the people (specifically to the author) who already read the wiki page and know the answers.
What is the best way to solve this problem?