If I may point you to this blog entry about meta tags. For me,
error falls into this category. So just raising it to attention here - which you did - might get it on the list, if there is consent about it being a meta tag.
From the blog entry:
How can you tell you’re using a
meta-tag? It’s easier than you might
If the tag can’t work as the only tag
on a question, it’s probably a
meta-tag. Every tag you use should be
able to work, more or less, as the
only tag on a question. Meta-tags,
like [beginner], [subjective], and
[best-practices], are useless by
themselves — they tell you nothing at
all about the content of the question.
If the tag commonly means different
things to different people, it’s
probably a meta-tag. In a cruel,
ironic twist, the meaning of the tag
[subjective] itself … is actually
subjective. Ditto for [best-practices]
and [beginner]. Best practices to
whom? Beginner by what criteria? These
tags are impossible to define by
anything remotely resembling an
objective metric. In comparison, the
the meaning of tags like [java], [c#],
all but the nuttiest of nutbags.
Just cleaning up yourself is noble, but will not prevent from people using the tag or even creating it anew. What is necessary though is to tag questions that only use this tag, as a cleanup will render them "tag-less".