Have Your Say: What Areas of Rails Need Better Documentation?
If you were in the Rails community six months ago, you might remember the Caboose Rails Documentation Project, a drive to raise $5,000 USD to spend on improving the Rails documentation. It turns out they actually ended up with $15,000 due to the overwhelming support of the community, but the process got mired in debate about what to do with the cash.
No matter, though, as things are now moving and Jamie van Dyke has been hired for one day per week to work on Rails documentation. Jamie is now looking for ideas from the community on what he should be working on specifically. He wants to know what parts of Rails are severely lacking in documentation coverage. So, help him out and give him your opinions.