One of the more common complaints on meta is the misuse/overuse/abuse of tags.
Part of the problem is that not everyone agrees on what is good vs. bad tag use. But that's not what I'm interested in at the moment.
The other problem is, even if we do agree on how tags should be used, and that certain tags should be removed/added/cleaned up/etc, the effort is rather large. In order to avoid destroying our front page, we have generally agreed to limit tag edits so that only 5 at a time show up at the top of the "Active" questions list.
This, of course, means tag cleanup never happens, because someone will do 5, or maybe 10, and then get bored and wander off to watch TV or whatever.
One option I have seen on other SE sites is to pick a specific date and time, set up a chat event, and just accept that for a couple of hours, the front page will be useless. The timing is selected so that as many regulars as possible are available, but the general site traffic is such that the front page being "broken" won't impact everything. By focusing all the effort at one time, the damaged is minimized and the retagging gets done.
Is this something that anyone else but me would be interested in doing? Obviously we'd need to figure out how to identify tags that need to go away, and we'd focus on the non-controversial ones first, but I think we talk about "fixing tags" a lot and it never seems to happen. Lets make it happen!
UPDATE: While we're at it, this would also be a good time to determine if there are any tags we need to add to questions to remain consistent. With all the users monitoring the chat feed, IMO if we can get to a good starting point, we can keep up the proper application of tags from there.
(P.S. I absolutely did not wait 4 days to ask this question just to get a hat.)
(P.P.S. Of course I did.)