Looking at the first page of our tags, I see that there are a lot of unexplained tags. That's probably ok for some, such as jesus, but for others (sensus-plenior and history, for instance) that's not so good.
I've done a few today, but there are some tags I don't feel qualified to describe and I probably shouldn't spend a lot of time on the project. So I was wondering if anyone would like to help out on this project?
Besides the general advice, does anyone have any suggestion about how we should write the tag wikis for our site? Specifically:
What should be in the wikis for our many book tags? A synopsis of the book? Nothing, because our users are presumed to be fluent in biblical texts? Cross-references to related tags that might be overlooked (e.g. in genesis, cross-reference creation, antediluvian, etc)?
The tags for individual hermeneutic methods might be the most important to have wikis for, but may also be the least clear about what we should cover.
Per the linked blog post, tag wikis for well-known people/concepts should focus on how to use the tag on our site, but what does that look like?