I work on the rstat.us project, and one of my personal goals is to make it easier for people to start contributing.
With that in mind, I've made a few index pages to our rocco documentation in the same style, but with the project's directory structure on the right hand side instead of the code. There's an index for the top-level, the app directory, and the test directory.
The app directory index, especially, tries to give an idea of the architecture of the application. There's an explanation of each of the models and controllers.
What do you think? Is this helpful? I'd love to hear any comments or suggestions, either via github issue for corrections or improvements, or you can reach me on twitter or rstat.us for any kind of comment.
January 28, 2012