Topic: Checked the wiki lately?
I do understand, that nobody wants to write documentation, since without it, the result of your work is pretty limited or completely useless. There is work, that can be done by anybody, but certain things, should be done by the people with a better understanding (you?).
Let the Forum serve for questions and general support and the wiki for Documentation. On more time:
https://forum.openwrt.org/ Forum = Questions and Support and Announcements
http://wiki.openwrt.org/ Wiki = Documentation
[size=16]About the Wiki:[/size]
In the meantime we have some more templates: http://wiki.openwrt.org/meta/templates
Anytime, feel free to barf documentation here: http://wiki.openwrt.org/inbox/start See that it makes sense! Other people can then wikify and prettify it.
[size=16]Installing and Configuring opkg-Packages:[/size]
An ever growing repertoire of HowTos. Meant for beginners to swiftly install and configure a NFS-Server or a Mumble-Server, etc. However, articles such as:
could need developer-blessing. Basically anything involving drivers ;-)
[size=16]Developing:[/size] From hacking the hardware, to writing kernel stuff and of course writing/customizing software for/to OpenWrt
E.g. ideas regarding small footprint libraries to link against, could be placed and found here: http://wiki.openwrt.org/doc/devel/links … .libraries
I never hacked something before, yet I managed to write something on it (its a wiki-page, I invite you to work on it): http://wiki.openwrt.org/doc/devel/hw.ha … irst.steps