As of today, all documentation for the 0.6 branch on will be hosted on the GitHub Wiki.
Why are we doing this? Because we'd love to see more complete, accurate documentation, just like you would!
There have been a couple users recently contribute to documentation in our "old" repo and that is awesome. But we recognize that forcing you to download another repo, install PieCrust, make the changes, submit a pull request, then wait for us to integrate and push to the live site is... whew! a lot to go through. It is our belief that moving the documentation to the Wiki will allow any of our users to correct out-of-date information, add new pages, etc so that Bonfire's documentation can continue to grow and support the best CodeIgniter-based kickstart to your project around.
Don't worry, though, this doesn't mean that we're going to stop contributing to the documentation. Instead, this makes things easier for us to do it, also.
We've also created a new folder within the wiki called 0.7 that, surprisingly enough, holds the revised documentation for the 0.7 branch, that is just getting started. When you add a feature, or modify an existing feature, and your pull-request has been approved and integrated, please help out by taking the time to update the 0.7 documentation.
We are looking into simply providing the files as part of the repo, and would love to hear your thoughts on that. I think it might make getting pull-requests with documentation updates even simpler for everyone involved. What do you think?