find may be a problem. It has a few possible legitimate meanings.
- "find" is a filesystem search tool on various flavors of *nix.
- "find" is also a filesystem search tool on various flavors of DOS and Windows
- "find" is also the name of a jQuery method.
- "find" also can be found in the name of a family of methods in ActiveRecord.
- "find" is also function in the C++ standard template library.
These seem to be perfectly legitimate uses. Unfortunately, the word "find" is so horribly generic that it's being used by many of the questions to indicate that the asker is trying to find something.
What can we do to clean things up?
I can't see any hyphenated tags working here. *nix
find varies wildly in both origin (GNU, POSIX, BSD) and use. ActiveRecord uses "find" as the first word in a method, so activerecord-find probably won't work. Only jQuery might be able to handle a jquery-find tag. C++? c++-find? eww. And Windows/DOS find? ... yeah, we have questions about it. Need I go on?