What are the standards of those tags?
Should we use "has comment" and "has comments"? Why do we even use those?
Truthfully, we use such seemingly worthless tags in order to crawl and report on stats. It helps us slice the data.
I'm not saying we should all go nuts and add those tags, but they are super helpful. And we do appreciate it when people add them. Especially the language tags. Because those inform the monthly leaderboard that Tomoaki posts about.
This will be a multi-week series.
This week I just want to scratch the surface.
We do have tags and a list of the right tags to use. Here it is:
Check it out! And then come back here and comment your thoughts.
Next week we're going to start coming up with some best practices and to get this crystalized a bit.
So please use some of these tags. And if you're making edits, please see if there are any other substantial edits you can make as well. The truth is there are a ton of edits we can make. Check it out here:
Thank you to everyone who's helping us get these edits done, whether tags, updating links, grammar, or adding valuable content!
Jump on in! The Wiki is warm.
- Ninja Ed