I wanted to survey the StackOverflow posts which discussed various ways of doing idle processing, which would be when either the cpu or user wasn't doing anything else. (People are always wanting to hold of certain computations until they're sure the user isn't trying to do anything, and then quickly return control and cancel that work if they do).
When I clicked on the "idle" tag I got a lot of things about a Python IDE called "IDLE". I think it's a rather silly name considering that it stands for "I nteractive D eve L opment E nvironment".
I tagged those questions as "idle-ide" (since they all had the python tag already, it seemed better than "python-idle". After all, there are questions about doing idle-time processing in python too).
But I'm worried that if there's a tag for idle at all, people will use it for the IDE. So perhaps "idle-time" is the better choice to replace "idle"? (already existed) Or "idle-processing" (which is probably what I would have made).
Also is IMAP IDLE another category?