I just realized that on meta, we have lots of tags about asking questions, and very few tags about challenges. For example:
- asking-questions, questions, specific-question closed-questions, deleted-question and unanswered-questions (which ironically has no questions tagged with it). These tags collectively have a little more than a hundred usages.
And on the "Challenge" side, we only have:
- challenge-quality (20 usages)
Now, I realize we've already talked about changing "Question" to "Challenge" before. You might want to close this question as a duplicate of We're not a Q&A site. But what should be done about it?.
However, that question is about things that we would like changed, but can't do anything about without help from SE. The nice thing about this is that changing these tags is completely within our power to do. We don't need help or approval from SE to do this. Really, we don't even need moderator help to make this happen (although it would certainly help). The only thing we need to change this is consensus from the community, which it seems like we already have.
So should we change these tags? And more importantly, is it worth the effort? (Since it might take a lot of work to rename/synonymize these tags)