Jjagg (& Mr. Valentine)...
I would tend to agree with you on this item but we don't have access to the FAQ page or any of the other pages in order to make modifications and additions. And I am not sure that the MonoGame Development Group would want to provide many people with such access as it could land up harming the site overall.
However, we may want to consider a compromise where the MonoGame site will support a Community Wiki site, which is devoted to FAQs and Reference materials. The MonoGame Development Group will of course have complete administration rights to either correct or add new information along with the rest of the community who would have the normal read\write permissions.
Administration rights can also be provided to all community members that want to actively support either the site's development or contribute to it on a regular basis.
Over the years Wikis have fallen out of favor as newer technologies have come to the forefront. However, a Wiki appears to be the most flexible concept for a reference site since it was designed with such a concept in mind. As a result, Wikis are much more capable in providing information than a mere FAQ page.
It took me a bit of research but I have found two links that you and Mr. Valentine may be interested in reviewing...
ScrewTurn Wiki - Standard ASP.NET/Open Source
Wiki design Concepts with ASP.NET/SQL Server
ScrewTurn Wiki was for many years a very popular piece of software for this type of site. It is based upon ASP.NET WebForms, which in my view is far easier to develop with than the currently, popular ASP.NET MVC paradigm. I have developed with both paradigms and in 2010 did extensive work with the ASP.NET MVC platform in one of the then largest MVC projects in the United States. Though, my colleagues and I got everything working based on the client's specifications and requirements, the MVC development paradigm was overly complex and time consuming whereas WebForms would have offered far more efficiency and still offers the best paradigm for Rapid Application Development of web sites.
If we could get the approval of the MonoGame Development Group, we could simply have them add this new site as a link to their Documentation page, which would then be immediately accessible to the entire community. Such an addition should be a minimal piece of work. I use this linking concept in my own business site, which has a link to my technical blog site.
To make the new site known to everyone, an announcement could be provided in the Home\News page as well as the Community Forum page...