I hate this soooooooo much...
In a nutshell, a front-page README file that's supposed to give a little bit of quick and fast information how to achieve a quickstart with Sigma, and where to look for help is any is needed.
Detailed information about the project itself, the history, the events that took place, kind of like a page that's The Museum of Sigma. The communities that supported LC's development and the like.
The same list of commands that is currently there. This is unchanged for now, unless i think of a better layout for the entire thing.
There are plenty of frequently asked questions, we should have a well thought-out section for all of those.
Write the guide for configuring the core, what is optional, what is not, what the defaults are, and what each key does in the configuration files.
Explain module/command configuration separation and how getting the data works, which official modules require which files and which keys in those files, and what each does.
General specifications and requirements of self-hosting Sigma. I know that "so light it can run on a Pi" is a fair example, but actual numbers seem much better.
Write up a guide how to start a Sigma instance with Docker
Old one can be re-used, but writing down which setup methods should be present.
Only LTS versions will be supported, also make setup scripts for each one.
Cause you know people will want to host stuff on Windows, cause people... Explain everything in great detail, from path stuff, to ffmpeg, to setting up each of the necessary required software.