I agree, but you only found the tip of the issue. We also have tags for german, chinese, korean, japanese, farsi, arabic, and hebrew that I found in a quick search (there's likely more). I think any language-specific tag serves no on-topic purpose.
translation and localization would cover a lot of them, but there are language-related ramifications that ...
From a quick glance over the remaining 20 questions with that tag, it looks like all or nearly all of them are using "load" to mean "CPU load."
I propose that they be re-tagged to "cpu-usage" or "high-cpu-usage".
Then possibly the tag "load" should be blacklisted. Or make it auto-suggest "cpu-usage" when someone types in load.
I half suspect that kvm to most people here means kvm switch, rather than linux KVM. The smart money might be to fix that quarter of those questions that're wrong. Knowing our target audience - it makes a little more sense to keep the status quo to me.
I posted a solution to mikrotik here, which has received two upvotes and no downvotes. I started retagging, and then someone pointed out that being under 2k rep, my retagging uses 4x the effort of someone 2k or above, so I've stopped, at least for now. I'd be happy to finally get rid of this tag.
I don't think so
encoding can be about encoding any binary data stream. For example encode a JPG file using Huffman encoding, or encode a video file using some codec. There are a lot of questions about video encoding in that tag
OTOH character-encoding is specifically about the encoding of characters, which is a subset of the other tag
I think the tag ...