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TL;DR Tag wiki edits should reflect the bare minimum of what the tag is and when it should be used. Tag information about how not to use it should only be added as a preventive measure of a perpetual problem, or a meta update. As someone who has been writing tag excerpts for Literature SE since... April (?) I can speak with a bit of experience. A tag wiki ...


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Let's create the tag info for the enigmatic-puzzle tag! The usage guidance is fine because it summarizes what an enigmatic puzzle is. However, the tag info could surely use some work (just look at the riddle tag). This answer is intended to enable community collaboration on generating the tag info for the enigmatic-puzzle tag. Please use our chat feature ...


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These are useful edits. Tag wiki excerpts are actually specifically designed to include usage guidance for the tag on this site - as opposed to the main tag wiki which can have more detailed background information on the topic that the tag is about. Usage guidance might be things like "don't use the tag on this type of question, use that other tag ...


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Two points in response... Firstly, as one of the reviewers who rejected this edit, allow me to explain why... It was not at all clear to me that this edit was an attempt to do what you say here in this post, i.e. a concern that credit was being removed from puzzle creators using this tag. The proposed changes included changing the word 'also' to 'commonly' ...


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As of the comments to the question: xnor suggested "Theory of Puzzles" which I revised into "puzzle-theory" and have created and used since. puzzle-theory = A question about categories, mechanics, or effects of puzzles in general, or about scientific research on puzzles.


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