On a professional set, in a studio or on location, the main job of the production audio - solo or team - is to capture the highest quality dialog that they possibly can in every situation they possibly can.
So besides dialog, what are the other things you make sure to record for each scene, location, angle and any other scenario that the job brings?
I know of a few: wild lines, backgrounds and/or room tone, and possible sound effects native to the location.
What is your protocol on extra material to give the post production team? Do you record it the same way, with the shotgun you use for dialog? Or do you have a separate kit for non-dialog location recording that you bring with you?
How often do you take audio notes? Beyond writing down apparent problems like planes, traffic, etc... do you have anything that you always make sure to write down that helps the post team? (Excluding the occasional file naming convention)