sorry (maybe it's just a stupid request), but i don't think so
since (roughly), 80% of posts start in a generic way and then the post author is asked to show his current configuration
it would be possible to help more experienced users, it would be possible to preset an automatic response which refers to a script that the author of the post executes to provide all the details of the case (and which automatically hides mac addresses, passwords, certificates).
something like this (but automated when opening a new post):
I think it would be a good thing if the author of the post, is immediately instructed on entering his configuration (something that is however distributed on the Openwrt documentation but not present in only one place).
examples found randomly on the documentation:
so that expert users (which I am not), are facilitated
Thanks for moving the post to a more appropriate section.
since you don't think an automatic response requesting a configuration file is useful.
however, you could create a page on the Openwrt documentation where you can copy a script that could obfuscate mac addresses, passwords, certificates, etc. so that the user can share his configuration independently.
However, others are certainly welcome to copy paste these replies from other posts.
On other forums where the software (or administrators) don’t provide canned responses, active users tend to keep a document off to the side with their own canned responses. This would be my recommendation for TL2 and below (yeah, I know that isn’t as convenient, but it is an option)