That would be a lot work renaming all the links and updating all the the links.
Maybe would need some planning. Which is community support, which one is, how would we call that “full support”, “normal”, “official support”?
Anyone feel free to come up with (incomplete) lists of what is “normal” support versus community support to get an idea.
Let’s say https://www.whonix.org/wiki/HexChat is “normal” support. What if someone has some issue. Suppose it cannot be started or not connect to some server. Even under “normal” support doesn’t guarantee developer time being spend on. If it’s a popular, important feature (whatever that is), and multiple users report it (including users which are highly likely not sock puppet accounts), then maybe developer time will be spend on it but that also doesn’t guarantee a solution.
The more users, the more strange, localized, non-reproducible, unique issues we’ll have. I don’t think it’s possible to answer always everyone’s questions forever. At best can detect trends and fix things which are reported/reproduced by multiple non-sock puppet users.
Long links might have SEO (and usability?) disadvantages?
Hopefully not moving back and forth as support status changes.
Pages can also change from community support to contributor supported.
kicksecure.com wiki is ready which I am currently working on which is a lot work with a lot duplication.
Meanwhile I recommend adding https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Template:Community_Support wherever needed.
Also consider goals. It’s Open Source / Freedom Software. But it doesn’t follow that perfect support can be provided.
https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Ubuntu_Tips already has a box saying
About this Ubuntu Tips Page
Support Status unmaintained