The zend tag and I do not see eye to eye. About 90% of the questions in it really belong in the higher-population zend-framework, while the rest randomly belong to some of the other various Zend product tags, like zend-server. There is no reason to discuss Zend-the-company on SO, but their products are relevant.
There are "only" 1,300 questions, so I've started the slow and tedious process of properly retagging these into a more useful and accurate tag. I'll also eventually be petitioning for a blacklist of the tag, as it serves no useful purpose.
Of course, there's a problem. Each edit I make ends up bumping the question on the front page. This means that I'm going to end up bumping questions from 2008, which may not be productive. Is there a better way to edit tags that doesn't involve bumping ancient, out-of-date questions? Or perhaps some useful tool that I'm unaware of, or that I can't access, that only edits tags without the edited-question bump? Unfortunately each question needs human inspection for proper re-tagging, so having it done automatically won't work.
I just don't want to raise these things from the dead so aggressively. I'm clogging up the front page, and that makes me feel kind of disruptive.