Talking about a sourceforge project. I guess that Hans would still keep his ConTeXt distribution private (at PRAGMA ADE [btw. what is the correct way to write your company's name?]) and not care very much about any other SF project (as long as it does not get into his way), but would be very reluctant giving support for the different project. Once an tool is necessary for your everyday work, it is a bad thing to give it out of your control.
And don't forget all the problems of SF - slow, overcrowded servers etc.
It would be very unconvenient for Hans - and as we know he has enough work.
And, Maurice, remember: Is there any complete LaTeX manual? No, there isn't - there are lots of books on different levels, most of them keep errors or describe old or obsolete packages or techniques. And every package has its own docs that you should read - some are books itself (e.g. komascript).
So there's a lot more in the "basic" ConTeXt manual than in most LaTeX books! Sure, it could always be more & better... I agree that the whole plethora of single docs isn't really overviewable. But otherwise they're a nice demonstration of ConTeXt's capabilities - and I guess Hans meant them to be.
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