For me, as a front-end developer, Skeleton is primarily associated with Skeleton CSS Boilerplate. In this sense tag was used 3 times, those should be retaged to skeleton-boilerplate (or even skeleton-css-boilerplate) with tag's description updated appropriately.
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Oy, that one is a bit of a mess. I saw questions related to the following:
- Tracking skeletons (people) in Kinect
- Determining bones in images/x-rays
- Animation of 3d models
- A framework directory in Ruby on Rails
- CSS boilerplate system
That said, skeleton wasn't good on it's own, and all of the questions have sufficent other tags to identify them (as well as the word "skeleton" in the post). With that, I've manually removed the skeleton tag from those questions.
Where it's appropriate, I've added the skeleton-css-boilerplate tag to the question and I've created a tag wiki for the tag.
As a side effect, I've also manually removed the bones tag from the system.