I lead the nslu2-linux project, and fully support the *.nas-central.org vision what mindbender is enacting.
The nslu2-linux project will not be wholesale moving to linksys.nas-central.org - we will be moving Optware information under nas-central, and we will be moving any non-NSLU2 information (we support about 12 non-NSLU2 devices) under nas-central.org manufacturer subwikis. We truly believe in the correctness of having manufacturer-based entry points to NAS-related information for the end-user. However, we will be keeping the http://www.nslu2-linux.org
site separate due to the "brand" and identity that it has (i.e. it will not be subsumed by linksys.nas-central.org, however it will be linked to from linksys.nas-central.org). It's actually hosted on the same machine, but will be a separate site.
From my outsiders point of view, I think the crux of the matter here is whether the existing linkstationwiki.net community wants to rename itself to buffalo.nas-central.org, or whether it wants to retain it's "brand" and identity and just use bufallo.nas-central.org as another entry point into the linkstationwiki site (like the nslu2-linux project is going to do).
Note that 90% of what mindbender has achieved is orthogonal to that last paragraph, and should continue as planned irrespective of the decision made about whether linkstationwiki retains a separate identity or not. He should be applauded for this irrespective of your viewpoint on the issue in that last paragraph.