Some of this I've sent to individuals, but here is my take on this effort.
First, it is great to see motivation and energy being put into a LiteStep related effort. Since we lost the mailing list, it is good that we have another medium to communicate - these forums.
Looking at the landscape of what we have now is:
1. Landing/splash/link page - litestep.net
2. News site - lsp.litestep.info
3. Themes - general sites like DA
4. Development - lsdev.org and LOSI
5. Chat - irc
All that is missing from that list from a availability stand point is a user run module archive, which we've lacked since ls-themes.org went offline. There are other nice-to-haves that a thriving community could bring to the table, but need wise - it is a module site. After that the first nice to have would be a user run/published tutorial/howto site.
So, while it is great to see this activity, I'm afraid the signs are already there that it is too big of an effort. Requests for help are already being made for people to help write content. This website attempt is very much a central content supplied approach, rather than a framework for a user run site, like LSP is.
The LiteStep community has always been about people having a platform to do their own thing. We rarely have success with asking people to help with doing legwork. It takes building the tools/platforms for others to use. So if you have to ask for help, then likely the effort is already doomed - I don't want to be a nay sayer, and hope I'm wrong. But my point is the following.
So, please, in my humble opinion, go make a modules.litestep.whatever website that users can add modules to and leave it at that. If that goes well, then maybe we can start looking at making an aggregation site that starts pulling from these sites the latest forum posts, themes, modules, news and stick it at planet.litestep.whatever. Integrated login/OAuth at some point might be nice.
If you want to help on documentation, I suggest taking the manual.txt from the source code and converting it to Markdown syntax and we can publish online. If you'd like to improve the overview/description on what is on litestep.net, just grab the html and send me an update (it is a static html file).
But if this new effort continues and we don't even get a simple, user driven module archive out of it, I'm afraid I won't see the point, because everything else already exists, or could be improved on without being replaced. Reinventing the wheel is another thing that has produced a lot of nothing in the LiteStep community.
If this de-motivates anyone, then better now than later. But I hope it doesn't do that, I hope it helps direct the energy along productive lines.