A great way to pick up some conventions for writing something with HTML5 (and it has optimization build scripts too). There are so many ways to write something that works with HTML, that it’s nice to see some good conventions once in a while.
It can be a bit daunting to look through at first, but you can always just use it as a resource and pull out little parts for your own use.
If you're looking to write HTML5, get a head start with this rock-solid, cross-browser boilerplate code. Contains a slew of delicious documentation, a site optimizing build script, and a custom boilerplate builder. Support for lighttpd, Google App Engine, and NodeJS with optimized server configurations (along with Apache, Nginx, and IIS).