Open ReSource was originally intended as an information resource for the Open Source community. And, indeed, it may eventually step back into that role. At present, however, it serves to provide access to some of Rich Morin's mechanized documentation activities (most of which concentrate on, and use, Open Source software).
Here you will find information on:
Meta is an exploration into integrating system metadata and documentation for "eclectic systems" (e.g., *BSD, Linux, Unix). Although it leverages many existing efforts, Meta's goals go substantially further than the current state of the art.
These pages present an integrated approach to semi-automated documentation of large systems. I have coined the term "Model-based Documentation" for this approach, because a model of the system under study guides the process and unifies the results.
Morinfo is a (prototype) tool for displaying man pages, file system information, etc. It also serves as a testbed for certain aspects of Spotlight, Apple's file system search facility, but the implementation should be portable to any Unixish operating system.
Ontiki is an experimental effort to create an ontology-aware wiki. It is being developed as a tool for Model-based Documentation.