There are many tags without a wiki or hyphenated names. In the
month of July year 2017, we will try our best to get rid of all these.
This way we ensure that no popular tag is left out.
Below is a list of tags used more than 25 times that should be renamed, burninated or need a tag-wiki
Without tag wiki or insufficient wiki
- hair currently lists hair-loss as one usage of it, but we already have hairloss and baldness-balding-bald
Proposal to burninate / merge
I just don't see how this tag will improve answers or add any important information, and we already have treatment-options
Again, this tag is not a meaningful categorisation of questions and should therefore be burninated.
- baldness-balding-bald because hairloss effectively covers all aspects of the former.
- benefits is too abstract in my opinion. What would a group of question with the Tag benefits have in common? Only very very little. This tag is also lacking a wiki
- nutritional-info could be merged to nutrition.
- time-of-day I don't even understand what that one has got to do with Health and recent questions show that other users also tend to use it where it seems inappropriate (e.g. When should I take pills? Before or after meal? is unrelated to the time of the day in my eyes)
- vision and eye. As of now, the tag wiki for eye also includes issues with vision. Most questions tagged with vision are also tagged with eye and vice versa. Maybe we either merge them together or merge them into something like eye-sight.
Should be renamed
It would be better to split this tag into
long-term-effectsas these are two totally different things currently combined in this ambiguous tag.
- diagnostics currently gets confused with diagnosis by many new users. This might be one reason why they think personal diagnosis is on-topic. Maybe a different name can be found for the tag. This tag is also lacking a tag-wiki.
- myocardial-infarction-mi should be renamed to myocardial-infarction. If we are going to include every abbreviation in the tags, they will grow. Furthermore, we encourage users to spell out acronyms once before using them as the post will be easier to understand this way. Having abbreviations as tags is counterproductive.