The libreCMC has had a lack of documentation for most of the project's life due to lack of time and upstream docs being non-free (CC-BY-NC-SA) or tainted with documentation from the same / similar source.
libreCMC documentation needs to be cleanly written and can't be tainted with non-free documentation (all docs should be licensed CC-BY-SA). The reason this is a concern is because vendors who sell devices with libreCMC need to be able to distribute or reuse documentation that libreCMC should be providing.
I would like to contribute some docs, what is the most needed docs?
@jonasbits2, a good start is by identifying the things that you find confusing. For example, here's a question that I didn't understand until @jxself explained it to me repeatedly:
What is the difference between "factory" and "sysupgrade" images? When would I use one over the other? I'm still trying to figure out how to express an answer...
How does one edit the wiki?
Is there any reason text can't be copied and pasted from docs like https://lede-project.org/docs/user-guide/introduction_to_lede_configuration where it is labeled "CC Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International"? It would only require about 4 minor edits to convert from LEDE to librecmc.
1) Fork and make a pull request against https://gogs.librecmc.org/libreCMC/libreCMC-wiki
2) The concern is that some LEDE documentation is still tainted with stuff pulled from the OpenWRT wiki (which is licensed CC-NC-BY). I don't want to run the risk of tainting libreCMC with it.
As of today openwrt.org shows me that it is licensed under CC-BY-SA 4.0.