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Tag names: English. Tag names are important, because we can only put one name there (perhaps adding others as synonyms). We should use the English name there, because we're an English-language site. As for what kind of English: in general, network-wide consensus is to use US English for tag names, although I think (can't find the meta now) that there's some ...


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Use English as much as possible The site is English speaking all over so English should be used as much as possible. Tags should most certainly be in English. However, questions and tag wikis are fine to mention the original name of the work too though I’d lean towards using English first most of the time.


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This isn't really a question and thus can't be "answered" as such, so I thought I'd distill some useful advice from the comments instead. Conlangs which arise from SFF-related works are on-topic on SFF.SE, while conlangs which arise from other settings, and the construction of new conlangs, are both off-topic here. This was true before Conlang.SE existed, ...


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Yes. It's hard to be certain without knowing what the full question is, but there's nothing inherently off topic here.


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For me, it depends on what question I'm answering, and where the media originates. Since we are a site based on English, I always try to provide the English title, whether or not that was the original language. If a work originated in a non-English title, unless it's become more known under that title, I give the original title, followed by the English one, ...


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Here's the strong consensus achieved on a different question, repeated here for convenience: It's OK to use NSFW language if that's an important part of the question. E.g. for story-ID questions like this, if the story used a word which is obscene but also distinctive, then that could be a very important detail. If it's a word coined especially for that ...


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