Was interested in learning more about a particular tag (in a single tag filter page) when I realized just how much tag wikis must be embarrassing to the folks who run this joint
Look at that anemic "learn more...", hidden in a bunch of other links. If I were a new user, what would I think when I saw that? Perhaps it's just a link to a wikipedia page? I'd certainly think that there isn't anything interesting behind it. Certainly not like a lovingly maintained, well curated listing of resources and relevant questions created and continuously updated by my fellow users. No friggen way.
Now, you say, for users with less rep, the "learn more..." link is the first one at the bottom. Well I say yeah, but still! It's just a dinky link with no indication that important knowledge lies beyond. That should not be.
I think there should be some redesign here to bring tag wikis closer to the surface. Perhaps replace this with a "show more" button (when there is more to show), that expands the wiki inline? Perhaps make the default view the wiki, and have a separate tab for questions? OOH! No, add a marquee with "Check out our awesome wiki on this subject right now, noobs!" scrolling underneath the excerpt! Yeah, that's my choice, but you guys can figure out the details.
Can you add a story for me on this?
** After I drew the FHC I moused over to the save button on the image and clicked it. I'm not a very smart man.