Unsure if now is the right time for it, but might as well bring it up.

What is the take on tags that begin with ?

Personally, I find that such tags, on a Quantum computing site is redundant, and unneeded except in special cases:

1. The difference between the quantum and classical (which are analogous or share names) is relevant, and is the meaning of that1.
2. has another meaning, which could possibly be relevant on this site (who knows, maybe something called state which means something other than the state of some $n$ qubits). In this situation, both and are needed, and it should be made clear2 that they are different

If you didn't notice the superscript numbers, please read the two special cases (you don't have to, but I ask kindly).

Note 1 can be fixed by making them synonymous.

Both notes can (also) be fixed via the tag excerpts.

What do you think of such tags? If you agree, what other special cases can you think of?

examples:

• - it probably isn't on topic to discuss programming that isn't for quantum machines.
• This is an example of case #1. Removing "quantum" from the tag name makes it a different tag.