I understand that we do not need "reinvent the wheel" or to make any major alterations to any existing documentation but do think that there needs to be some form of policy / procedures easily available to the community.
I am afraid to say that the attitude that is being expressed by yourself reminds me of similar attitudes expressed by British civil servants / public servants (ie. "it is not my responsibility to provide this information and you must trail through a number of documents before you are provided with the relevant information").
Also, I do consider that using "business speak" / poorly formed acronyms such as "the KISS philosophy" demonstrates a level of indifference and a form of lazy thought process.
We are here not only to provide a product (in the form of the NethServer infrastructure / framework) but also to support and aid the community, and not to act like a load of bureaucratic, imbecilic "jobworths" (no offence intended).