Having come across Jon Skeet's guides asking a perfect question/ answering technical questions helpfully, I've found myself adding comments to first-time(-ish) users of SO (users with a rep of < 100, who have usually asked a question lacking detail, or clarity or posted a, can I say, succinct answer1).
As a result, I looked at the FAQ, to see what guidance was contained therein (to see if I should stop (possibly) patronising new users with a Moses-like issuing of the Commandments) and found that, while there's nothing unhelpful, there's also not a great deal of advice, beyond the basics.
Hence this feature-request, that Jon's guides be linked-to from the faq, not included, because they are relatively lengthy, and only interested parties are likely to read them (of course, only interested parties are ever going to read the faq anyway). This does run the risk, perhaps, of some kind of official sanction of all things Skeet, but given his rep and (obvious) skills, I don't think it's a big risk. If nothing else his guides could be broken down to bullet points and incorporated as an advice list, but it seems a shame that such advice exists and isn't, so far as I can tell, being used by S[OFU] to its full potential.