I'd ask for it for other vendors, but I'm not sure how others handle their KB article source HTML, etc. and I'm not an HTML person regardless.
Here's what I'm looking for...
I know that when I paste a URL link to another question on ServerFault it automatically changes the url to the title of the Question.
I'd like the same functionality for Microsoft Knowledge Base articles here on ServerFault. It'd be nice to do it for others as well but you get the idea.
With a normal Microsoft KB article link it appears the "Page Title" source is the correct title/syntax to use when linking to that KB URL.
For instance: http://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2740020 has the following source html:
<meta name="bi:pagetitle" content="Information about power management setting on a network adapter - " />
Another example: http://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/837058 has the following source html:
<meta name="bi:pagetitle" content="How to disable power management for a network adapter when you deploy Windows XP - " />
So linking to the above URLs would change them automatically to what's in the quotes inside
Again, I don't know how difficult it would be to code to make it automatically handle this, or if it's even possible. But if it is, that would be a great feature and could included additional OEMs/Vendors as well.