I noticed yesterday that we had three
I propose, based on discussion in the answers and comments by @TingL and @blah238, that we tag questions about:
- Twitter (social media) as twitter
- Bootstrap (HTML, CSS, and JS framework) as bootstrap-framework
- Non-Bootstrap use of term bootstrap as bootstrapping (for which it is now a synonym)
Originally, I wrote the following, which can now be disregarded:
I'm very much in favour of product tags when platforms have thousands of questions, and even version tags for products that have or are expected to have hundreds to thousands of questions in the next year or two.
However, in this case I do not perceive such a trend, so I think we should not break Twitter down any further than the single twitter tag?
The number of questions guideline I use is only a "rule of thumb" so if there should be special consideration for Twitter then I am keen to hear it.
Does anyone think there is a case for more than a single