A new tag has been created on this site - find-the-tag - currently containing 6 questions at the time of writing.
It intends to be for questions where a certain Puzzling SE tag is required as the final answer to some kind of pattern. A tag wiki and tag wiki excerpt proposal was made when there were a handful of questions, though it was rejected (and the content can no longer be viewed as far as I am aware). NB: I was involved in the rejection but I will remain impartial for the purposes of this post.
In the past couple of days, its appearance has been disputed. For example, an edit war here has resulted in 4 changes to the same post merely adding and removing the tag.
What does the community think about find-the-tag? Should it be kept? Why, or why not?
- Jeff Attwood's inital post on meta tags
- Winter Bash 2018, and the fact that a 2013 secret hat was about creating new tags (can't find the post which explained the actual award criteria but it is possibly relevant)
- word - "A puzzle whose answer will be a word or a set of words but not a phrase, sentence or sentences" - a similar sort of tag (though its practical usage might actually be different - for discussion)