I love using magic links for referring someone to a more appropriate stack.
However, if I'm recommending that someone check out another Stack, often times I want to give them a direct link to their help center, rather than the main page. This is especially true when I'm suggesting that someone might get a good answer on another stack, but they don't yet conform to that site's guidelines (and they definitely don't conform to the current site's guidelines).
[meta-help]– link to frequently visited pages of the help center. Link text is "help center" (capitalization is respected). All links point to the main site.
[se]– link to the given site. Link text is the site name.
[something.se]– link to something.stackexchange.com, if that site exists. Link text is the site name. Use
[ubuntu.se]for Ask Ubuntu.
I'd like to also have:
[meta-help]- As above, but links to those pages on the other stacks we're referring to.
[sf/help]- All the same for these sites too, obviously; I don't know exactly the best way to phrase the markdown help text.
help/behavior on purpose because I doubt anyone would be referring someone to the behavior page on another Stack.