Here are his recommendations for Ethereum Stackexchange: Good Tags now save a lot of work later!
Should we learn from that example and dissolve the mining too, before we end up going through hundrets of questions later rather than only around 50 by now?
Possible tags could be:
- miner-configuration Collects questions about configuration of mining hardware, and optimizing the software settings of mining rigs.
- mining-hardware Collects questions about mining rigs, cpus, gpus, fpgas, and asic miners, as well as the production, and producers of such.
- mining-pools Questions about organizing groups to collaboratively work on block creation.
- mining-profitability Collects questions about the economics of mining operations.
- mining-theory Questions about the function, the reason for, and the underlying concepts of mining.
- cpu-mining Questions about using CPUs for mining.
- gpu-mining Collects questions about mining setups on basis of GPUs.
- pool-payout-methods Questions about sharing revenue in mining pools.
- shares Shares refers to a method for accounting mining pool contributions. It does not cover company shares.
- solo-mining refers to mining by yourself, not organized in a mining-pool
- mining-software General questions about mining software.
- mining-setup Is used for questions concerned with the physical setup of mining hardware.
- miner-configuration Collects questions about configuring and optimizing the software settings on mining rigs.
- mining-technical-details Is used for questions on the technical process of building a block header, and what gets hashed in mining.
Does that also apply to Ethereum related mining questions? Do we need maybe less tags? Or more?