So it should be fairly obvious that the organization of this wiki, in terms of article names and the separating of book and film articles, is pretty bad. I don't think this was intentional (or, I hope not), but it needs some serious reworking. I have some suggestions, and I hope that anybody who wishes to see the betterment of this wiki will chime in with their own ideas.
First, the names of articles. There are "Book:" articles, "Film:" articles, and then there are articles with neither of these distinctions. I believe that this sort of separation should be removed entirely, especially considering that the separation doesn't really do anything. The article about Jason Bourne in the books is still full of information from the movies, and there are several articles about Jason Bourne from the films, like "Film: David Webb" and "FILM: JASON BOURNE." There should be one article; Jason Bourne. It should have two main subsections, "Films" and "Novels", and that's it for separation. The recently released movie's article would be called "Jason Bourne (film)" (as it is) and would have a template at the top saying "This article is about the film. For the character, see 'Jason Bourne.'"
And yes, the character page should be called "Jason Bourne," not "David Webb." David is his real name, yes, but not his most common one. Wikis should have a focus on ease of use, and Jason Bourne is what people are going to be searching for.
All other character pages should follow suit. The page about Marie Kreutz should be called "Marie Kreutz" and should make mention at the top that the character from the books that she is based off of is "Marie St. Jaques." There should then be an article about her, as they are different characters.
Anyway, this is kind of long winded, but it makes sense, and it will make the wiki a better place. I love the Bourne series and will be editing here (hopefully) quite a bit, so I may be able to get some administration abilities to help further this ambitious goal.