The idea to have community collaborate and contribute to the documentation is excellent. Kudos to the team for this initiative, but but it is very very very dissapointing that, all bookmarked doc links are defaulting to 6.2 even if it was part of 5.0 or 5.2. There are no options to select versions below 6.0. End of Maintenance for ACS 5.2 is February 2022, so still a lot of time left.
It is understandable that since ACS 7 is underway, 6.x will be most recent previous version to deal with, however there are alot of people who are still using ACS 5.2 or below and not yet ready to upgrade to 6.x
If one has to reffer anything specific to 5.2, there is no option other than going to github project and manually find the archived version of the doc which is also not interactive. So getting to right documentation is like finding a niddle in a bunch of hey.
The initiative itself is great, but there should have been options to use previous version of documentations too.
Also, when you try to search for something for e.g. "NodeService", current docs interface is taking you to the docs which are not fully revelant if i am interested in learning about the "NodeService". Earlier it used to take us to services documentation and we had option to learn more about each java service.
Lastly, It is really really hard for someone to prepare for certification, if someone is in the middle of their preparation. For example ACSCE, ACSCA exam study guides still points to 5.2 which are the current offering of certifications.
At least old documentations should be available until 5.2 is fully unsupported and certifications are not offered on 5.2.