I noticed several questions being retagged with opinion.
Do we really need these meta-tags? I don't see any value in being able to, say, browse through all the opinions.
Actually, I only got part way through adding the tags; if anyone wants to help with the rest that would be great.
What will happen with those tags? I haven't the foggiest. But what I do know is that some people love subjective questions, and other people do not, and that as "subjective" leaves a negative impression, I used "opinion" instead.
Historically, other SE sites would not allow a tag like [tag:opinion]. However, they would also not allow questions like the ones it's been applied to. I believe that if we have one, we need the other.
I think that the [tag:opinion] and [tag:list] tags are a benefit to:
There's no judgment being made here (or at least not by me), and I'm not in a position to say if the Good Subjective/Bad Subjective rules will somehow come to not be applied here. But here and now, there are plenty of zeros and ones on that six point scale, and there needs to be a way to differentiate them.
Anyone know why my tag formatting doesn't work? I can't figure it out…
Looks like that's Dori's tag choice. I thank her for going through the questions and marking the subjective ones. We'll have to decide whether we want to keep these in a few days, and it's good to be able to find them quickly.
However I agree that it would be better to use
subjective as is (or was) done on other Stack Exchange Sites.