I see now. Yelp can display manual pages.
Manual pages are good, no doubt about that. But I was thinking something more along the lines of help files for things like Control Center. I.e. You click on the question mark or "help" icon and it pops up something like:
"Welcome to Mint control center. This is where you can customize Mint to suit your preferences. Click on a heading to get more information about each control:
(Hyperlink to Appearance)
Appearance. You can use Appearance to change the way your computer looks and feels.
Theme lets you choose from a number of premade looks for your computer. You can choose from the themes already present, download new themes from the Internet, or customize a theme to your liking......."
And then you have a brief, hyperlinked walkthrough on Themes.
That's kind of what I had in mind. As I said, I'm sure this is way easier said than done. Writing and formatting the documents would probably be time consuming. But if something like it could be put together, I think it would help out Mint, in general.
I didn't want to sound selfish, so that's why I offered to help with some writing.
Man pages are great if you are using command line stuff. But I think GUI specific help files, easily accessed by a mouse click or F1, would be grand.