Occq, so in summary you do agree with killing the support the home page and linking to forum with a link called community?
Whonix Tor Questions
This seems better suited for the forum.
General Tor and Anonymity Talk = General Tor Questions & Computer Security
It is the same.
Make a “Professional Support” sticky in Whonix Support
WebChat & IRC buttons are already on the front page.
IMO, redirects work against the goal of enlarging the Whonix community.
Pleas remove citation tags  from the board descriptors.
Won't be necessary, when the whole category is removed? :)
Linux/Debian related questions
We can redirect those within a specific thread if needed.
Let's exercise this with this post by krejziman:
I believe I gave valuable information, but the answer is incomplete. Full instructions on how to fix Ubuntu package manager should be linked. This is not something I can answer out of the top of my head, I can figure out where it’s explained or how to fix it myself in some minutes, but a specialized community will be able to answer this with a lot less effort. So having a template (for manual copy and paste) such as “if this answer is too incomplete and no one else can complete it, try asking on stackexchange adding the whonix tag” would be useful.
"Whonix Bug Reports / Feature Requests"
OK, if you want to have the discussion at GitHub instead of the forum.
Yeah, bug tracker is really non-ideal. Communities are disconnected. Github has a hyperactive developer community. For example in the Bitcoin repository, loads of issues being discussed, loads of pull requests. For now, we get better feedback when discussing stuff in the forum. But in the forum discussions get lost (fall down) since there is no status (as in [open] [solved] [free to take it] [not a bug] etc.).