Lets consider the progress on the various parts of the project:
- Home Page: Has been implemented on the GitHub wiki.
- Downloads page: Has been implemented on the GitHub wiki.
- Wiki: has been implemented on the GitHub wiki.
- Documentation: Has not yet been implemented. I don't see anyone volunteering to do the work of changing the help file generation and there is some controversy over removing the built-in help.
So it's clear that the only thing that still needs to be done is the documentation and that's a big task. The current documentation system works fine. It's possible for anyone to propose edits by submitting a pull request. I'm not saying that the documentation system can't be improved but I don't want to see that part of the project block the implementation of the rest of it.
So at this point I think the ball is in the court of whoever has the ability to edit the current website. I see no reason why the Home, Downloads, and Wiki can't be immediately moved over to the GitHub wiki pages. We need some communication from the decision makers. If you have any concerns or opinions about this project then please speak up.
By presenting the whole project as one package it's more likely that one controversial change would block the whole thing. It's not an all or nothing deal, the changes to each part of the website can be considered individually. I think it's obvious to everyone that the wiki is broken and something needs to be done about it so that part should have the least chance for conflict.