This page is a collection of good examples of Open Source documentation projects. The projects and examples listed here are not endorsements. It is a collection of good examples to inspire your own Open Source documentation!
The projects listed below aggregate several existing documentation projects:
Awesome Documentation: Community-curated resource with examples of great documentation in Open Source projects.
Awesome Docs with Static Site Generators: This repo is suppose to give you a bunch of links to themes or ready implementations of documentation portals. They will help you to quickly get some good samples to play with a static site generator that you are interested with.
These examples are aggregated by specific toolchains commonly used for Open Source documentation.
These examples are good examples of documentation written using the Hugo documentation tool-chain.
Open Source Heuristics: This very website you are reading right now? The content is written in a mix of AsciiDoc and Markdown, and published with Hugo.
These examples are good examples of documentation written using the Python Sphinx documentation tool-chain. Sphinx has integrations that simplify writing API documentation for Python projects, based on code comments in doc-strings.
sphinx-docs-opinionated-quickstart: Quick-start, opinionated template repository to add Sphinx-based documentation to an existing project. Includes ready-to-use Travis CI and ReadTheDocs.org configuration files, so you can start writing your docs, and spend less time figuring out tools.
parsy: Parsy is an easy way to combine simple, small parsers into complex, larger parsers. If it means anything to you, it’s a monadic parser combinator library for LL(infinity) grammars in the spirit of Parsec, Parsnip, and Parsimmon.