That seems to be the very definition of a meta tag.
No one is going to be an expert in all errors.
No one is going to follow that tag.
It cannot, by itself, describe the question.
Most damning of all, it is useless without some other tag to say what app there is an error.
I say it should be burninated.
Since there seems to be nothing but agreement, I've removed that tag from all of the questions where it existed (and cleaned up other things while I was there).
Now we just need to wait for the Roomba to come through and remove the tag altogether.
They do have different purposes. The wikis for each should be have been updated to reflect that.
retag-request is to request that one tag be renamed into another; this may also involve the creation of a synonym
tag-synonyms is for questions about the tag synonym feature of Stack Exchange
tag-request is to request creation of a tag that doesn't currently ...
I have cleaned up the tagging & photo-tagging tags.
To assist with the cleanup I needed to create some new tags:
I have also created a synonym to map all facebook-tagging to facebook-tags
The tags tag has now been cleaned up too.
I don't think we can come up with a definitive list. It'd be as hard to come up with a list of tags that aren't meta-tags.
I think there are some non-application-specific tags that are okay, even if they could possibly be considered meta-tags.
While these don't have much context without being attached to a particular web ...
Semi-abusing this as an update/call-to-action, tl;dr: burninate filter, delete now, clean up a single question then also url.
Virtually nobody can be an expert on filter-ing in the abstract. Are we filtering results from amazon to zapier? The process is bound to be radically different (or impossible, gee-thanks Amazon).
There are currently 70 ...
I tend to agree with Sally. For the questions with both email and address, it looks like it was meant to be email-address, but that tag doesn't do much to better categorize the questions. At least one of those is really about a Google Account, and so should be tagged with google-account. The others don't seem to need address at all.
All of the questions ...
I'm using "hacking" here to refer to the activity of explore the limits of web applications and to find not too easy to figure out how tos which result in a "hack" or "clever solution"
Below there are a list of tags that could be "hacking tools" grouped in four categories, including the numbers of question tagged for each one.
Is there one or ...