I'm getting little bit tired of finding the
Please don't use the BUGS tag until the community find confirmation there is a bug
comment under most bugs questions.
Moderator-only tags are probably a no-go, and probably not the best idea anyway.
Tag Warnings are a great idea IMO and I have requested their implementation on our site.
Interesting proposal. I don't really like making tag names needlessly longer, but I seem to recall that you were the first to propose
wolfram-mathematica on Stack Overflow and later it became apparent such a change was in fact beneficial.
As it stands we have the tag summary:
This tag is reserved for questions where the problem has been vetted by this community and the observed behavior is confirmed to be a bug. Please do not use this tag for new questions.
I guess the question is how many people actually read that, and how many ignore it? I don't have those numbers. If people are reading this and applying the tag anyway I don't think it will matter what we name the tag.
I wonder of some tags should be moderator-only, like status-completed here on meta. I don't know if this is possible, and I cannot recall reading about this on the main meta site but I shall look for it.
If it is possible to make bugs, faq, etc. only applicable by moderators is that a good solution? This would increase the workload for moderators, but at the moment it seems we are not having trouble handing flags, etc. in a timely fashion.