Ok, I have spent sometime considering the issues that @ctek provided. Whilst I appreciate that other people may have limited time and resources to spend upon the NS project, judging from the (lack of) conversation in relation to my previous suggestions, I believe that there is a lack of appetite for the provision of good, well-thought out and structured documentation.
I believe that the current issues surrounding documents and procedures could possible discourage some potential users from trying out / experimenting with NS.
I also understand that there would need to be some form of organisational structure for these documents (ie. the need for an editor, proof-readers and quality control processes) and again, this structure does need people to manager and overview the creation of NS approved documentation.
Also, due to the on-going development of NS and the incorporation of new interfaces and functionality, writing of any user-guides could be irrelevant at the present moment (what would be considered as a relevant guide today, could be irrelevant in the near future due to the above changes).