Occasionally I find some 'django' questions, where I consider adding a 'python' tag, because:
- Django is written in Python,
- by using a little broader (but still valid) tag, more people may take a look at the question (and it gets resolved faster, probably)
Is there any guideline for such cases?
(Similarly 'ruby-on-rails' is written in 'ruby', but only a few 'ruby-on-rails' questions are tagged 'ruby'. Note: Currently I don't retag questions, where someone asks for specific framework related things; if the question is more open, I used to add the more general tag, e.g. 'python'.)