- The About page is designed to be the "QuickStartening" point for new users to (hopefully) grok Stack Exchange painlessly
- The FAQ is the longer form, rather complete cheatsheet with more details and verbiage about most aspects of the site.
- When a user sees his post deleted, SE adds a note to check the FAQ to understand why this happened. Most of the time, it's because you answered with a comment, a question, an edit or something.
This means that if a new user skips the About page, skips the FAQ, posts a comment in the answer box and checks back, he'll be linked to the "old, boring" FAQ, and not the new and hip StackExchange QuickStartening Aboutinator.
This suggests a rather simple change to fix this "user story":