I'm sure this will have already been addressed but I can't find it with a search so a reference will suffice as an answer. There are so many questions on tags...
My understanding of tags is that they are set so that people who are interested in for example c++ can filter and search for questions they might be able to answer or are interested in reading.
So when I see questions with tags such as [recv] when asking a question about that specific API function it seems to me that it serves no purpose as nobody is going to subscribe to that tag. Another example in a recent question is [listbox] because the question is about listboxes. Who is going to subscribe to questions about listboxes only?
So my question is, should those tags be edited/removed to something more useful? it's not that they are inaccurate, they are just rather pointless in my opinion.