Since the project is evolving at such a rapid pace with contributions form all around the globe, the documentation seems to be rushed sometimes and grammar and spelling aren't always top notch. Which is fine and I'd love to help fix some of it before delving more into the programming side of it all. What I've been wondering tho is if it might be bad practice to commit very small changes or to do that too often. What I noticed is that committing can trigger automated checks, which seems a bit wasteful or at any rate unnecessary when editing just part of the documentation. Activity logs and feeds might also perhaps be filled more meaningfully. Just some thoughts; and I'm looking forward to contributing in various ways!