I noticed that the review tag doesn't have any information attached to it. While I could spend time writing a description for it, I thought I might reuse the same text that the review tag has on the main Stack Exchange meta site. In fact, I could do this for all generic tags such as:
Assume that I'll read the descriptions first and remove any site-specific information. Is there any reason not to do this? Is there any automated way to do it?
On further thought, and this is likely a main site meta question, why aren't these general tags maintained centrally so that they have the same definitions across all sites?
EDIT: I've done some more searching and turned up related questions on meta.SO. One mentions that some mandatory and moderator-only tags and wiki info are pushed out to all meta sites. The information can then be overwritten on the 'child' meta sites. There's also a current question about finding plagiarized text in the tag-wiki information. Technically, I'm advocating plagiarism, although in my first attempt with election I did include a statement and reference to the source.