A number of times now I have posted challenges where a rectangular block of text is the submission requirement. These are usually source-layout challenges.
Examples: (other users surely have some too)
Code that runs the Game of Life on itself
Write a Rectangular Program that Outputs the Number of Times it was Rotated
The area of the submitted text block (width times height, excluding the newlines) is the score for these challenges. The smallest area winning.
Tagging them code-golf is not entirely accurate since the byte/character count of the text blocks is not the score unless you remove the newlines (many times I have noticed answers with incorrect score calculations). Tagging them code-challenge may be technically more accurate, but the challenge is still about minizing the amount of code, which is why I've tagged some code-golf.
Could we benefit ftom a new tag that indicates this "text-block scoring"?
(I personally have no strong feelings either way.)