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
We are barking up the wrong tree. We can put whatever we want in the excerpt and the wiki, and it won't make any difference to any but a vanishingly small proportion of askers. What we should do is ask SE for a tag warning, a la this warning implemented in Ask Ubuntu. I think the feature is still buggy (IIRC if you post the question right after adding the tag, the warning is ineffective), but this has a much higher chance of being seen compared to excerpts and wikis.
Q&As about Kali Linux, a Linux distribution based on Debian that is specifically intended for use by security specialists, not as a general-purpose operating system. Please read the information for Kali Linux questions and answers that is linked-to in the corner of this box.
Kali Linux is a security-related Linux-based operating system, derived from Debian Linux.
Its default out-of-the-box installation includes many professional tools for security analysis and penetration testing of computer systems and networks, and conversely does not include things that one would expect in a general-purpose operating system for desktop and server machines.
When asking questions, please ensure that you are not mis-using Kali Linux as entirely the wrong tool for the job that you want to do.
Kali is a Linux distribution specifically geared towards professional penetration testers and security specialists, and given its unique nature, it is not a recommended distribution if you’re unfamiliar with Linux or are looking for a general-purpose Linux desktop distribution for development, web design, gaming, etc.
When answering, please remember that Kali Linux is on-topic here, and that question closure reasons are the same as for any other question: too broad, unclear, et cetera.