Following on from Why are Kali questions hated so much? and Why I closed the "Why is Kali so hard" question, and in the spirit of making things better, let's do something about the tag excerpt; here's the current one:
This tag should be used if your question involves Kali Linux, a Linux distribution based on Debian. Question regarding Kali Linux should not be related to specific setup (installing specific driver, modifying sources.list...) but oriented toward usage of Kali Linux tools. Kali is often used for security testing and comes with a huge set of tools for that. It is not a general-purpose Linux desktop distribution.
There's nothing false about that excerpt, but that might be the only thing a person might see before posting a Kali question. Should we give them some helpful advice up-front?
- higher expectations for technical detail
- demonstration of Linux expertise
- an exhortation to look at the Kali-Linux tag wiki, which could spell this all out in more detail