This is kind of a weird request of the forum because of the technical issues involved, but it occurred to me that when hunting down answers to various WordPress questions, one is likely to stumble upon this forum. Generally when people post questions that are specific to their site, they provide a link. However, if the question is about an issue or error message or something, the goal of the forum is to help to correct that issue or error. Thus, after a few days, hopefully the problem is solved.
The problem with this is that someone searching for a similar issue, let's say a similar error message, would not be able to find the post, unless the user copied and pasted as well as provided a link. Another example of this problem is if someone said "My navigation bar is all messed up, see it here: -link-". If the forum is successful, that link will be worthless shortly, as the answers on the forum should help the user correct the navigation bar problem. There'd be no reason for anyone who stumbled upon the post to click on that link.
Is it in any way feasible, or even possible, to make some kind of cache on the wordpress.org side of the pages that forum users link to? A before/after would be extremely helpful in trying to determine if a user's problem is similar to mine. It would be a static cache and thus not PHP, but I think it'd still be useful. Thoughts?