I will submit some to the community magazine, if they are happy to include it. I'm not even sure who 'they' are at the moment.
I have a feeling that there will be several raspberry pi community groups and publications springing up. There will be an official manual, and probably a few unofficial ones too. I may put one together myself. I don't really want to repeat the work of someone else, but my personal experience is that often with computer literature, there is a tendancy to over-complicate things. The person writing them is usually an expert and it's hard for them to see it from a beginners point of view. You must never assume that the reader knows what you are talking about. Some things you might take for granted, others don't know about yet – No point to go on about strings and variables, if the reader has absoultely no concept of what a string is.
They are two groups at the moment (I'm not taking sides…although would make sense to join), however I'm keen for any magazine to be produced.
The details are in the wiki, http://elinux.org/RPi_Community_Magazine
I agree with you about documentation, it is very hard to write quality stuff for beginners.
Also I know we may well suffer with the problem that there will be 101 beginners guides etc, so it will be difficult to avoid duplicating work and also the risk for gems to get lost in the noise.
Perhaps the foundation could hold a few competitions for "best article about…xyz". That way people can find the most useful information out-there. Still, it is all a little difficult without something real to work with, a lot is just re-written from other articles.
The thread about "jetpack" mentioned about a type in program (although obviously there are legal things with that). Anyway, diverted your topic enough.
***Thanks for the ZIP!