Thanks to various users, the filter tag is now burninated. All that remains of my original request is the proposal for stackexchange-filter (13 questions, no excerpt/wiki) to be a synonym for tag-filters (154 questions); you can vote for it here.
My question is what are limits for such a superuser?
There aren't any. As long as your answers are consistently judged by the community (via votes) to be of high quality, no rate or post limits are set for users.
Low reputation users have timed post limits (see The Complete Rate-Limiting Guide for reference), and if answers are consistently judged as poor ...
I have created an userscript for this request, please find in StackApps. If the tags position is not less than the current window's height, then it will clone and paste the tags list below the post title.
Clone the tags in questions page, if the tags are not visible in the initial window
For example, after installed the userscript, the output of this ...
It turns out that there are two different thresholds one for main sites (6 months) and another for metas including MSE (12 months). We run a script once per month which means in some cases the period might happen to be almost 7 and 13 months respectively.
The fact that the edits were rolled back is entirely incidental.
I think this is a great proposal, but I would refrain from creating a review-filter tag, as it's use is too minimal.
For your Others category I'd opt to delete the closed question on the Joel Score, as it is an unanswered duplicate to a question with an authoritative answer. I think that would be more appropriate then bumping it with an edit.
The other I ...
I think we should follow your second approach.
There are not too many questions around these topics that warrant a tag for all of them, that's just creating tags for the sake of creating tags.
Besides, the questions regarding the stack-overflow-developer-survey are almost all asked in '13 or earlier. We could even reason to migrate those to MSO, as most ...
I'm of the inclination that we should take your first proposed option, and rename this tag.
This question about The Loop survey is of rather high traffic despite being incorrectly tagged as survey. While the question mentions the 2017 Developer Survey, its focus is not upon it.
In addition, the tag name itself is broad. (I mean, it's called "survey"...) It'...
We intentionally ignore hyphens when searching for matching tags to make it easier for users to find relevant tags. There are a lot of situations out there where not everyone agrees on the use of a hyphen within a word or phrase, and users should not need to deal with the question of whether or not to include the hyphen in order to find the tag they need.
Let’s talk about the ethos of a good tag.
Now, I hate tags (oddly enough. I hate many things!).
On the other hand, folks have pretty good ideas about tags I hate less. While this is meta, meta tags are pretty disliked.
As per the meta tags tag wiki,
Meta tags are tags which describe something other than the question's content--such as the author's ...
I am a moderator of a relatively small Computational Science community and face this particular problem. I am not entirely sure how to complete complete our retag initiative creating minimal disruptions and still doing the best job possible for less straightforward actions (such as tag-disambiguation for a popular tag split 30%-70%).
I've tried both ...