I know that zombie tags (tags with no Questions on them) get deleted once a day according to this Q&A, which seems very reasonable to me to keep the available tags clean.
Sometimes I scan the most recent created tags for misspelled, new created tags for already existing commonly used tags (other spelling, other abreviation) or meta tags (which aren't allowed). If I find one, which has most likely only one new question on it, I retag the question with the right tag to get rid of this tag in the next 24 hours.
My question is, if I did so, should I leave a hint as wiki excerpt on this wrong tag? Something like
use assemble instead, if you mean the static site generator
which is an actual example for the assemble.io tag, to prevent it's use until it gets burried within 24 hours? Or should I just don't care about it and hope that no one uses the new created (wrong) tag untill it gets deleted automatically by the system? Or is it even counterproductive, since tags with no questions but a wiki excerpt didn't get burried automatically (check this Q&A for that, the recent created tag history seems to prove that)?
I ask because while edits of wiki excerpts for misspelled tags with such a hint get approved usually, this is another deal for uncommon or new meta tags, which often gets rejected due to reasons like
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