Provide a way for users to report outdated packages without requiring GitLab access or navigating it
Outdated packages are a common occurrence, and reporting them as such should be done quickly.
www.chakralinux.org should have a page that lists the stable repositories and the contents thereof. Select the repository, select the package which is outdated, and then click a button labelled "Report as outdated", "Flag as outdated", or something like that. Evaluate how that works, and consider requiring solving a CAPTCHA if it is abused.
If you notice that a package is out-of-date (i.e., there is a newer stable release available), then please notify us by using the Flag button in the Package Details screen. This will notify the maintainer(s) responsible for that package so they can update it. If the package is unmaintained, the notification will be sent to a developer mailing list.
The message box portion of the flag utility is meant for short messages only. If you need more than 200 characters for your message, then file a bug report, email the maintainer directly, or send an email to the arch-general mailing list with your additional text.
Note: Please do not use this facility if the package is broken! Use the bugtracker instead.
This should then use the GitLab API as a restricted non-human user to create a new issue in the correct place.
One might add a link to the project to which the package belongs in case someone wants to report a bug - but perhaps that is better dealt with in a separate issue.