The linter filter system, as is currently delivered, puts discussion pages and discussion page archives into its compiled lists of problems. Then people come along , and cycle through lists and edit these pages from any point in time because the linter report tells them to do so. In these identified places this is noise-making for little benefit and becoming very annoying.
Can we please design the system so it is focusing on fixing major issues, and focusing on issues in the CONTENT namespaces as determine for each wiki?
An example: an archived page from 5+ years ago, that people are running bot-like scripts through to fix something that is deprecated is close to insane, Archives are archives, and in any good archival system usually are preserved as are. We don't even have a means to have pages opted out. So we just have people coming in and doing their thing with a tacit encouragement of developers.