the debian team uses a directory structure for their iso files that uses a "current" directory where the latest version of the installation disks can always be found. this allows for various scripting/bash commands from a user to always be able to download the latest version of a particular release, regardless of the version point release number.
for example the following command will always download the latest version of the amd64 debian netinst installer for stretch with the proprietary drivers:
wget -c -e robots=off -r -l1 -nd -P ./ -np "https://cdimage.debian.org\ /cdimage/unofficial/non-free/cd-including-firmware/current/amd64/iso-cd" \ -A "firmware-9.*.*-amd64-netinst.iso"
this helps greatly with documentation efforts, since documentation does not break and need updating based on a new point release being available.
whonix, however, currently uses a directory structure that is specific to point release names, which are linked from the webpage. would it be problematic to implement a "current" directory in a manner similar to debian's that hosts the latest whonix point release?