A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
The Technology category includes proposals in subjects like computing, technology, gadgets, and electronics.
The Culture category includes proposals in subjects like language, religion, society, groups, and politics.
For general user discussions about Area 51. If the discussion can be covered by a different tag, consider using that tag instead.
The Science category includes proposals in subjects like the applied, natural, cognitive, formal, and social sciences.
The Life category includes proposals in subjects like home, family, education, careers, and self-improvement.
The Recreation category includes proposals in subjects like sports, games, and hobbies.
should be used for questions relating to a new feature request for the parent site.
The Arts category includes proposals in subjects like visual art, performance art, humanities, media, literature, and music.
describe an error, flaw, failure, or fault on the Area 51 main site.
Indicates that a feature request has been implemented, a bug has been fixed, or another type of request has been processed.
The Professional category includes proposals in subjects like organizations, occupations, and vocations.
For questions related to the commitment accepted by users on proposals.
for questions concerning a proposed merging of two existing proposals into one proposal.
alert users that this topic is about discussing the definition of the site.
The Business category includes proposals in subjects like management, economics, and markets.
collect language-related proposals, i.e. for creating new non-English sites
for questions about the private beta phase of a site's life cycle
Meta questions about where to ask a specific question within the series of Stack-Exchange sites (when a matching site cannot be found)
helps to identify possible duplicate proposals.
For questions about the public beta stage when sites first goes public.
for discussions relating to the description of a proposal
for questions about closing either questions or proposals
for questions about target audiences for your proposal
alert users that the topic discussed is part of a proposal that is still in the definition phase.
actually due to the existing design of the system and is not considered erroneous behaviour.
For questions related to proposals in Arabic.