Proposal: Case CATalyst Help
I think it's fantastic that Stenograph wants to get active on Stack Exchange, it's certainly a much better avenue for support (and archiving) than Facebook. However, I think that limiting the site to "CaseCAT Help" is too narrow a scope.
Stenography and court reporting is already a pretty small community, it doesn't seem logical to divide up an entire site to just the one application. Why not make a general purpose "Stenography" website and organize the software through use of tags?
This also provides a more natural location for non-software-related questions, like those wondering about briefs for a certain phrase, when looking at alternative theories, or trying to figure out the pros and cons of conflict and AI usage.
Another loss with the "Case CATalyst Help" name is lack of discoverability. It will only be found by people who use Case CAT or when looking for support through the Stenograph website (presumably). We will not be able to attract anyone who is simply curious about steno; Stack Exchange seems like a big opportunity for recruiting new students to the profession.
Stack Exchange communities are rarely limited to one piece of software. They are really meant to be a general topic and the community specifies as needed.
As a disclaimer, I have some bias: I develop Plover for free as a hobby, and as such I have a strong interest in spreading stenography regardless of software, hardware, and theory choices.
All the best,