The guide for writing tag wiki excerpts states:
The usage guidance, or tag wiki excerpt, is a short blurb that describes when and why a tag should be used on this site specifically.
And the guide for writing the full tag wiki states:
The full tag wiki is a detailed introduction to the topic, suitable as a destination for those curious about it.
Now looking at some of the most common tags here, the python tag has an excerpt:
Python is an object-oriented programming language. In Blender, it is used as a general purpose scripting language and to create add-ons to extend Blender's functionality.
It does not mention "when and why a tag should be used" but rather goes into explaining what python is and what it means to blender, which seems pretty similar to what the full tag wiki should have.
And the modeling tag:
Modeling refers to the process of creating 3D objects or entities using a 3D modeling application. This tag is used for anything related to modeling including techniques, tools and tips.
It also explains what modeling is even before explaining the "when and why".
My question is, when writing the wikis for a tag, should I follow the guidelines or follow the same convention as most of the wikis on the site? I also want to know if they are generally accepted or do they require updating to match the guidelines?