This argument has existed in the Open Source community since Linux first hit the mainstream.
The core principle of Open Source is "make it yourself". Open Source licenses remove as many legal and practical barriers to "make it yourself" as possible, and in the process they shift the burden to "make it yourself" onto the person who wants something that doesn't currently exist. For an excellent example of someone doing exactly that, take a look at the hardware documentation user pighixxx is doing over in this thread: http://www.adafruit.com/forums/viewtopi ... 4&start=45
(while you're there, show some love for his effort to publish it in book form).
The Eagle files we've published are free for the taking in our Github repo. If you'd like to create your own repo of GIF/PNG/PDF versions for people who don't like Eagle, we'll be delighted to point everyone your way. We'll notify you of new and updated files, etc.
Bottom line though.. Open Source invalidates the question isn't "why isn't someone else making this for you?" The correct question is, "why aren't you making it yourself?"
When you void a product warranty, you give up your right to sue the manufacturer if something goes wrong and accept full responsibility for whatever happens next. And then you truly own the product.