There are two problems with your line of reasoning:
First; you want the board's administrators to protect people from themselves when searching for information. Whether searching the internet or books in a library, critical thinking is required. Fact of life is most of the "stuff" on the internet is misinformation (wrong, inaccurate, and a few lies), with good information being the exception. Sifting through the information (and misinformation) available is the responsibility of the searcher. Unlike Windows, using Linux requires a little thinking. It is not Jeremy's, the moderators', my or your responsibility to do other peoples' thinking for them. And this board is also only one of many boards. A reasonably intelligent person will draw a conclusion after checking more than one source. Blindly accepting the first thing one finds is a problem with that person's search skills (or more bluntly, that person's thinking), not a problem with the board.
Second; a computer users' forum is not a news magazine or instruction manual created by a company for its products. It is also not a help centre staffed by paid professionals. It is a place where computer users support each other by providing solutions to each others' problems. As a resource for people using a computer system that requires at least a minimal level of self-reliance, a forum is a collection of accumulated information that evolves over time as software changes. Which leads back to critical thinking. Anyone who blindly accepts ten-year-old software advice on a users' forum either needs to learn how to search for information or stop trying to manage a computer system.