Like the most part of open-source project, all contributions are warmly welcome and you do not need to be a sysadmin to contribute to this project. You can find our guide and the different way to contribute to WordOps in the documentation : https://docs.wordops.net/about/contributing/
We started building WordOps documentation few days ago, with mkdocs (a tool to build clean documentation on github written in python). The main reason of this choice, is it provide the ability to WordOps users to contribute to this project. Because WordOps is an open-source project, it only exist because of people's contributions.
And there is no need to be a system administrator or a developer to contribute to this project.
Documentation is an important part for tools like WordOps, and we strongly believe there is no better explanation than the one written by another user.
So, please visit the documentation repository, where you will find a short guide which explain how you can propose change or add content to the documentation. And help us building an awesome documentation (if you have some free time).