Okay, here's the problem: programming is really vague. I'd think it would be much more beneficial to use either c++/c/etc. Additionally, do you think we should keep the sketch tag, as it seems to be very similar to programming (with an exception of sketch size, which is its own tag)? However, there still might be some applications that would be appropriate to use sketch...
Take a look at some of the tagging I've seen that use programming:
The programming tag seems very ambiguous. In some cases, you have to assume which language they're using.
So the solution that I feel appropriate:
- Edit the sketch wiki to say something like this:
For questions about coding your Arduino, please use the language tag (c++ is the official language for Arduino). Use this tag when talking about the concept of a sketch, such as the actual file, not the code.
programming: retag all non-c++ questions, perform a merge (i.e. automatic mass retagging), and edit the wiki like this:
For questions about coding your Arduino, please use the language tag (c++ is the official language for Arduino). Use this tag when talking about Arduino coding in general.
With the merge, we might have to move a question or two back to programming, but that shouldn't be a big deal.
So what is your input on this? Any suggestions? Is it fine as is?