Recently I noticed the donut tag had been created. Initially, I was a bit unsure about having a tag like this; it seems like one of the first 'non-technical' tags and I wasn't sure whether there was a point to it. I understand there are a lot of donut questions that further categorisation could be useful, but do the other tags available not correctly describe what those questions are about, be it modelling, rendering or particles? If people asked a lot of question about rigging humans, would we really need a human tag when we have a rigging tag?
I understand the donut tag doesn't necessarily reference a specific tutorial, but I think we're all aware it really is just Blender Guru's tutorials generating these questions. Personally, if we were to tag such questions then I would prefer to tag them as donut-tutorial to make it clear we are referring to a specific tutorial and not just using a synonym for a torus and not just naming something that happens to be in the question. That also begs the question as to whether other tutorials (Blender Guru's Anvil tutorial comes to mind) could also do with categorisation or whether existing tags are satisfactory?
My questions are:
- Do we need a donut tag?
- Should the tag be renamed to donut-tutorial?
- Should other tutorials (I can currently only think of the Anvil one) also get their own tags?
I'm not specifically against this new tag, I just wanted to make sure we have some kind of consensus before I retag old questions I come across.