From a users POV, does this mean that the information on the page is an approved hack?
Thinking of the bigger picture, what actual purpose is a hack page for? I can only see 2 reasons for a hack page.
- To work around something that does not operate as expected (i.e. a bug).
- To get the system to do something that it does not currently (i.e. a feature request and how to implement it.)
If a user is documenting how they got a piece of hardware to talk to the software, or documenting how they implemented a feature, I think marking the page as a "hack" does not sound right. Maybe marking it as a "Contributed How To" would be a better option.