As indicated in your comment, out of the 32 questions tagged with the webmaster tag, it appears that several mistakenly used this in replace of the google-webmaster-tools tag, which is now a synonym of the google-search-console tag.
That's likely because Google often references "webmasters" in its documentation and URLs, even after the re-branding to ...
First, that question was closed because it is asking a very site specific question. It was worded as "What is wrong with my site? Here is a stack trace." Questions both here and at the WordPress Stack Exchange need to be written in a way that can help other people solve similar problems. As it stands, that question would likely get closed even ...
Brainstorming and concept thinking unfortunately doesn't fit very well with the format of most Stack Exchange sites, which are focused on single issue/solution based questions & answers that can be voted on and accepted.
Even though this question might be answered without referencing code, it does invite a discussion based on coding, both of which are ...
Finally, a no-brainer :-) Good catch! It's renamed now.
Here's a discussion about how to rename a tag on Stack Exchange's Meta site. It requires a moderator to do, so you did the right thing by opening up a Meta discussion about it.
We should create the tag synonym for google-webmaster-tools as soon as possible with google-search-console being the new preferred name as it matches the new official name.
Once the tag synonym is created, no further action needs to be taken. All questions will have effectively be re-tagged to "google-search-console". When users type "google-webmaster-...
Creating a tag synonym and merging the tags seems like the right thing to do to me. This does appear to be an official change.
The website piwik.org redirects
StackOverflow has already made a similar tag change
The tag synonym and move has now been completed.
I've also edited the tag wiki to reflect the new name.
It looks like the tag would be useful. We have 46 search results for "google my business".
As I stated in a comment, you don't usually need to discuss tag creation here. You can just go ahead and create the tag by adding it to some questions.
If you want to judge how much it would be used, site search can give a good indication of how often people ...
According to this related Meta discussion, the ads tag was made a synonym of the advertising tag.
Though it seemed to be agreed there that ads was short for advertisement, there isn't a synonym between the two however. Ergo, it seems logical that advertisement should also become a synonym of advertising.
In regards to because I hate fun, please note that ...
Although tags already exist for development and web-development, these would seem to be more concerned with the development process than conducting demonstrations for others, as you noted.
I think there could be questions asking about strategies and techniques on how to demonstrate to others: website designs & layouts, modifications & improvements, ...
I created the GDPR tag, added Wiki content for it, and added the tag to your related question: GDPR compliant contact form.
This new regulation covers Personal Data for all individuals within the European Union (EU):
Personal data is any information relating to an individual, whether it
relates to his or her private, professional or public life. It ...
I support this because the error tag is too general, and should be broken down into the type of error as John suggests, which would help users to be more specific about what kind of error their question is about, helping readers to more easily recognize what the question is about too, and helping to improve the search and related question results as well.
After a Google and Bing search, it appears the acronym GWT more commonly refers to the Google Web Toolkit now that Google re-branded Google Webmaster Tools to Google Search Console, so the GWT tag synonym was removed.
You're free to create the GWT tag again, and add tag info corresponding to the Google Web Toolkit for it.
It does seem like a number of questions using the transfer tag really should be using the more specific and commonly used domain-transfer tag. Other questions using the transfer tag that aren't related to domain-transfers includes topics such as:
Data transfers to or from a server
Email transfers to another server
Website/Blog transfers to another server or ...
I can see why these tags appear similar and should be merged, but there are some dissimilarities in the context of a Webmaster:
index can be used when referring to a file (such as the default
index file of a web site or web server). There are a few questions
which have used this tag in that context. For example,
indexing could reference ...
In my opinion, these tags shouldn't be merged because they have different meanings.
Tracking and reporting are just a part of analytics; there is also the analyzing part in analytics. I think analytics is more general than tracking. In general, tracking is for a specific action (a button for instance), analytics is the analysis of traffic for an entire site....
Personally I would favor just responsive over responsive-webdesign since this isn't a broad term and most people associate the word responsive with website design in any case and it would be more favorable in my honest opinion to have people tagging both website-design and responsive at the same time rather than one or the other since both are related and ...
I'm in agreement with you and John here. I believe "webshop" is primarily used internationally, outside the U.S. Since this site is accessed throughout the world, we occasionally see regional or less commonly used terminology here. For example, thanks to this site I now know that web hosting services are also known as "web hotels" in some parts of the world.....
I'd prefer separate tags for various types:
Then we could get rid of sitemap.
The biggest draw back of this approach would be that editing all 600 sitemap posts to remove the tag would be a lot of work.
I'm going to suggest creating the tag coming-soon and tagging all the questions with that.
It sounds like a closer match to what the questions are about than "under construction" to me. Under construction could also be about sites that need improvements. It was very fashionable to put under construction gifs all over the site where it needed more work ...
For reference, here is the meta discussion where the decision was made to make HTTPS, SSL, and TLS tag synonyms. JasonBirch says:
https, ssl, tls (close enough)
I agree with his assessment that these tags are close enough to be tag synonyms. In the context of a site for webmasters, talking about HTTPS automatically implies that TLS or SSL is being ...