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The tag doesn't have a tag wiki.

  • Required tags: As of January 16th, 2024, there are 16 questions tagged , three questions tagged , and one question tagged . One question is tagged and .
  • 13 questions are 10 to 14 years old.
  • There are seven questions created since 2015
  • 2 questions were created in 2023; one of them was closed as a duplicate.
  • Six questions have and . The tag excerpt of the etiquette tag is

    Etiquette is the norms and standards of accepted behavior and politeness in our community. The golden rule is "Think before you post."


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    Not sure what you ask here. If you want to burninate the tag I'm all for it, but please make it clear. (For examples just see the burninate-request tag) Jan 5 at 15:38
  • I'm not looking for culture to be burninated. I searched and noticed that this tag exists, with no tag wiki. In the past, I was asked not to edit old questions, among other things, by mods and others, so I'm asking before doing any edits to questions having this tag and before adding the tag wiki.
    – Rubén
    Jan 5 at 15:43
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    OK, so I added my own opinion as answer. Jan 5 at 18:21
  • An interesting recent finding related to culture not having a tag other than discussion: Do some Stack Exchange sites have nicer cultures than others? How does one develop a positive culture in beta?
    – Rubén
    Jan 7 at 23:11
  • I see, so you want to add the tag there. Well, not up for me to decide and I still think the tag is better be removed, but maybe better wait to see what others think. Jan 8 at 8:04
  • @ShadowWizardLoveZelda, I didn't mention wanting to add the "culture" tag to the "interesting finding" in my previous comment. I just shared a fact that looks interesting to me in this context. You are not doing very well as mind reader lately :P
    – Rubén
    Jan 9 at 2:43

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What to do with ?

I think it should be burninated. It has no real usage, and the word "culture" is too vague to be used as a tag, in my opinion.

  • When it's about culture in a sense how users should behave, the tag appears to be fine, as you also quoted yourself in the question:

    Etiquette is the norms and standards of accepted behavior and politeness in our community

  • When it's about the culture of the company itself i.e. how things are operated, can be used instead:

    For questions related to the policies of Stack Exchange.

And otherwise, it can just be removed.

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  • This answer is ten days old and has six upvotes and two downvotes. What do you think I should do next? Should this question be bumped, or is it fair to say there is a consensus about what to do with culture?
    – Rubén
    Jan 15 at 16:03
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    @Rubén since you didn't ask to nuke the tag, and there are few who disagree with me here, I'd say just leave it as it is: no need to do anything. (Just my personal opinion, if you want to add tag wiki then go ahead, if you want to add the tag to more questions go ahead I won't roll it back, just don't flood.) Jan 15 at 16:17
  • Thanks. I just submitted an edit suggestion for the culture's wiki.
    – Rubén
    Jan 15 at 17:22
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    Thanks @Rubén, the excerpt is approved, but not sure about the full wiki, sorry. I didn't reject but it feels too "noisy", probably better leave it for now, excerpt is enough, IMO. Jan 15 at 18:05
  • Thanks for the feedback and for approving the excerpt. I might review again the tag wiki body later this or the next week.
    – Rubén
    Jan 15 at 19:43

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