I know there is already the question about adding documentation here. However, the Stack Overflow documentation has a section for LaTeX documentation where several people are trying to pull something together. I think that as a community, we should help in this endeavor. I personally have tried to help as best I can, writing about the (admittedly few to none) topics I feel like I can say something about and trying to review edits and such. I know, though that there are many people on this site so much more suited to this endeavor than I am. The consensus on the previous question was that we should wait and see if the documentation was a success. But shouldn't we help make it a success? Some of the people on this site wrote the packages the people on Stack Overflow are trying to document. Others are just amazingly good with LaTeX. Why don't we try to help those on Stack Overflow working on the LaTeX documentation? I know I find it hard to read through the already existent documentation when I'm really just looking for a simple solution, and I think that LaTeX documentation would be of so much assistance to many, that I think working on it fits right in with the goal of this site.
So I guess my question is, why not help?
Note: I should point out that there are some people from TeX.SX working on the documentation.