I had the impulse to create the new tag [pgbouncer] for Postgres - ERROR: prepared statement "S_1" already exists. It is tagged [Posgresql] which isn't wrong, but it is really about PgBouncer. I felt the urge to tag it accordingly. However, this fine connection pooler does not have very many users or (luckily) problems to generate lots of questions on SO. A tag would not be used very often.
I have read up on the topic and am aware of the efforts to keep the number of tags at bay. I only recently gained the retag privilege and don't want to abuse it right away. How does the community feel about such a case? Should we create a new tag, or not?
Pretty much everybody seemed to be in favor of creating the new tag, so I went ahead and tried it. Missed that part:
Oops! Your edit couldn't be submitted because:
users with less than 1500 reputation can't create new tags. The
tag 'pgbouncer' is new. Try using an existing tag instead.