I'm new to this site, and I see that it is called "Programming Puzzles & Code Golf", and that its url is https://codegolf.stackexchange.com/
If I look at the front page of questions, I see that almost all of them have a tag called "code-golf": https://i.stack.imgur.com/QOlh9.jpg (I'm not including the image inline here, because it's rather long).
Looking through the history, it is awfully hard to find questions that are not tagged code-golf, and are still open / have positive votes. But after figuring out the search syntax, I find that the following are the ones asked in 2017:
- Kolmogorov Complexity Meta Golfer
- Q: OOP: Overlapping Oriented Programming
- Find the shortest Golomb rulers
- Fastest Home Prime Generator
- Output a program that outputs a program … that outputs PPCG
- Total Derangement (Difficulty Level: Hard)
- The Tax Historian
- Count spelling errors in text; minimize the number of spelling errors in your code
- Do you know that language?
- Display OEIS sequences
- Exit Code Golfing
- Hidden Inversions (Cops' Thread) and Hidden Inversions (Robbers' Thread)
- Split arrays and programs in half
- Python workarounds for assignment in lambda
- Sharing (characters) is Caring!
- Combinatory Conundrum!
- 2016 Time Capsule String: Climb The Integer Ladder
- 2016 Time Capsule String: How Versatile Is Your Language?
Many of these questions are highly voted, though some have very few answers. Some are related to code-golf (like the Python tips question), but some are not. And I really enjoy the questions that are not code-golf.
Which brings me to my question: given that most questions on this site are code-golf, would it help to have a tag for questions that are not code-golf, so that they can be easier to find? (Of course in the process of asking the question I figured out a search query that I can use personally, but I wonder if there are other people who might be interested in such questions.)