The user-experience tag seems to often exist on questions that belong on UX.Stack Exchange. But the tag wiki doesn't do a great job of telling the user that their UX questions are most likely better asked on UX.SE.
Here's the current tag wiki text:
(see also ux.stackexchange.com) the experiential, affective, meaningful and valuable aspects of human-computer interaction and product ownership, but also a person’s perceptions of the practical aspects such as utility, ease of use and efficiency of the system. Essentially, it's about how a person feels about using a product.
The current tag wiki suggests "(see also ux.stackexchange.com)" but doesn't actually call the user to take action. It should at least indicate that UX.SE is a site for UX questions, if not outright state "your question probably belongs on UX.SE instead".
Do we have any other tag wikis which nudge askers to ask on a different site? Unlike Database questions, which might belong here or on DBA or both, most UX questions I see on SO are either solidly UX (what should I do) or solidly programming (how do I do this).