//Note: The issue is reported for entering Abuse-Filter-triggering text into Help panel and Mentorship panel. //
If adding a question is catched by an abuse filter, user is given a nothing-telling message, see screenshot.
User should be given a warning that's configured in the abuse filter that issued the warning, as it happens for normal edits, see this screenshot:
The specifications for this task are:
* If the question can't be posted because of an **abuse filter**, then our existing design for errors would show the abuse filter's message.
* If the question can't be posted because **user has logged-out**: "You are not currently logged in. Please log in to your account to ask your question." In this case, "log in" is a link to https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:UserLogin.
* If the question can't be posted because **page is protected**: "Community Help Desk questions are not available at this time. You can try again later or you can visit Community Help Desk in your browser and add your question manually." The second "Community Help Desk" should link to the page, like in the default message.
* If the question can't be posted because of an **edit conflict** or for **any other reason**, then our design would do exactly what it does now.