At the very least, if you want to be useful, read the documentation, test it, and give us feedback so we can make it better. Tell us what worked, what didn't and what could have been clearer. And, most importantly, tell your friends about it, and bring it to the attention of managers who might be thinking about migration and want a helping hand.
If you want to be even more helpful, you can submit your own contributions to the Project. Pick a specific topic and write it up. Include (in painful detail) all of the steps involved, the RPMs that you needed to install, the configuration and any pitfalls that others should know about. Then send it to one of the organizers, and we'll edit it and add it in the right place.
Ideally, we'd like to make the Project as distribution-independent as possible, but at least two of the organizers have a strong Red Hat leaning, so we'll do the best we can.