Create an overview of NetBSD documentation
completed by: Matthew
mentors: Radoslaw Kujawa, Aleksej Saushev, Julian Coleman, Julian Fagir
NetBSD has a wide variety of documentation stored everywhere in the web. On the one hand, there's the website with single articles, the NetBSD Guide, the pkgsrc Guide, documentation in /usr/, the NetBSD wiki, some important mailing list posts, manpages, other mdoc documents, something stored inside the code.
In an attempt to gather documentation for NetBSD and provide a nicer entry point for beginners, this task is about gathering the points where documentation lies (with the full path), what language it is written in, what it is about (just a rough overview), and how much it is.
For the final goal, see this mailing list post: http://mail-index.netbsd.org/netbsd-docs/2012/09/20/msg000295.html
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