The [[ https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Growth/Focus_on_help_desk/Help_panel | help panel ]] is a feature that allows newcomers to post questions directly to their wiki's help desk while they are in the middle of editing a page. This feature idea would also be applicable for the mentorship and help modules of the [[ https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Growth/Personalized_first_day/Newcomer_homepage | newcomer homepage ]], which also allow newcomers to post questions directly.
Today in a conversation with @Urbanecm, @Trizek-WMF, and @MMiller_WMF, we were talking about best practices to make sure that newcomers get their questions answered in the help desk. One of the most important things is that the responders ping the newcomer, because the help panel tells the newcomer to watch their notifications or email inbox for a reply. If the responder doesn't ping the newcomer, they will likely never find out about the response.
@Urbanecm had the idea that an AbuseFilter could be set up to restrict responders from posting without it containing a ping. If he wants to set it up for his wiki, that is great.
@revi -- do you think this could also be good in Korean Wikipedia?