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Today I came across the following question

and in attempting to appropriately tag it, I felt myself at a bit of a loss. The tags , and each seemed to fit (and possibly even ). But it concerned a particular concept that didn't seem to match up with any of these (either individually or in combination, in my opinion). The tag seemed much too removed in its scope.

I therefore introduced the tag.

A quick searchquick search resulted in several questions for which this tag might be appropriate, though I will refrain from re-tagging these questions for the time being.

I am therefore requesting the community opinion on the following:

  1. Is this tag worthwhile?
  2. If the majority opinion to the above is "yes", can someone better versed in the subject suggest an appropriate tag-wiki?
  3. If the consensus to the first is "no", then how should one appropriately tag questions about nonstandard models of arithmetic?

Today I came across the following question

and in attempting to appropriately tag it, I felt myself at a bit of a loss. The tags , and each seemed to fit (and possibly even ). But it concerned a particular concept that didn't seem to match up with any of these (either individually or in combination, in my opinion). The tag seemed much too removed in its scope.

I therefore introduced the tag.

A quick search resulted in several questions for which this tag might be appropriate, though I will refrain from re-tagging these questions for the time being.

I am therefore requesting the community opinion on the following:

  1. Is this tag worthwhile?
  2. If the majority opinion to the above is "yes", can someone better versed in the subject suggest an appropriate tag-wiki?
  3. If the consensus to the first is "no", then how should one appropriately tag questions about nonstandard models of arithmetic?

Today I came across the following question

and in attempting to appropriately tag it, I felt myself at a bit of a loss. The tags , and each seemed to fit (and possibly even ). But it concerned a particular concept that didn't seem to match up with any of these (either individually or in combination, in my opinion). The tag seemed much too removed in its scope.

I therefore introduced the tag.

A quick search resulted in several questions for which this tag might be appropriate, though I will refrain from re-tagging these questions for the time being.

I am therefore requesting the community opinion on the following:

  1. Is this tag worthwhile?
  2. If the majority opinion to the above is "yes", can someone better versed in the subject suggest an appropriate tag-wiki?
  3. If the consensus to the first is "no", then how should one appropriately tag questions about nonstandard models of arithmetic?
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New tag: [nonstandard-models]

Today I came across the following question

and in attempting to appropriately tag it, I felt myself at a bit of a loss. The tags , and each seemed to fit (and possibly even ). But it concerned a particular concept that didn't seem to match up with any of these (either individually or in combination, in my opinion). The tag seemed much too removed in its scope.

I therefore introduced the tag.

A quick search resulted in several questions for which this tag might be appropriate, though I will refrain from re-tagging these questions for the time being.

I am therefore requesting the community opinion on the following:

  1. Is this tag worthwhile?
  2. If the majority opinion to the above is "yes", can someone better versed in the subject suggest an appropriate tag-wiki?
  3. If the consensus to the first is "no", then how should one appropriately tag questions about nonstandard models of arithmetic?