LanguageSpecificTag languagespecifictag = new LanguageSpecificTag();
The answer notes the format of these tags' wikis:
This challenge is related to the _____ language. Note that challenges that require the answers to be in a specific language are generally discouraged.
There are 134 questions tagged tips, and that's where most of the relevancy for these lang-specific tags comes in.
To be frank, a lot of these tags have no good reason to exist. In cases where the only tagged question is the tips one, the language tag doesn't really add anything.
They add the ability to follow. Even if the tag has nothing but a tips tag now, following enables future activity to connect with an audience. [...] language-agnostic challenges [...] could be or already are tagged with a language tag. [...] I'm not saying we should spam out empty tags for every language, but I see no reason to deny those that have any posts their existence.
I did not do this, because it felt rather abusive to make two rather pointless tags for two little-known languages, just because I wrote a tips question.
When is it okay to make a new language-specific tag? Should we "spam out empty tags for every language", or should we only tolerate tags that have tips and at least one challenge? I feel there's a lack of consensus, and that having one would be constructive.
* counting mine, because i really don't know which way i'd go