(I'd place this elsewhere, but there doesn't seem to be an appropriate forum, and it's closely related to what we've been discussing here.)
It's clear from this thread that the TWiki>Main>iPodPort>RockBox Status report on 1G is over-optimistic. "RockBox works nicely but more work is needed" doesn't accurately reflect the reality that, at least on some 1Gs, RB is actually unusable.
I take the point made earlier that developers may not have the interest or time to update the docs (although IMHO docs should be as important to them as code). The value of a Wiki is that end-users can pitch in and do the job. So I've signed up for the Wiki.
The TWiki page on TWikiAccessControl suggests "Open, freeform editing is the essence of WikiCulture - what makes TWiki different and often more effective than other collaboration tools. For that reason, it is strongly recommended that decisions to restrict read or write access to a web or a topic are made with great care - the more restrictions, the less Wiki in the mix. Experience shows that unrestricted write access works very well.." I agree.
But apparently da management doesn't. Edit access to the RockBox Status report I mention above is restricted. Although signed up, I can't reach in to edit it. And unlike Wikipedia, for instance, there doesn't seem to be a discussion page behind the main Wiki page, where at least I could lodge a proposal to change the page.
Correct me if I'm wrong -- please -- but it looks as if the developers are too busy to update the docs themselves, but leary of letting end-users do it. IMHO this is no way to run a code shop.