I have noticed several questions lately about texture baking that have used the [baking] tag instead of [texture-baking]. The tag wikis make sufficient difference between the two:
Baking tag wiki:
Baking is the act of pre-computing something in order to speed up some other process later down the line. Use this tag for baking any physics simulations.
Texture-Baking tag wiki:
Questions about blender's Bake feature under the Render panel, such baked images as normal maps, AO maps, and displacement maps, and texture maps.
But unfortunately a lot of people don't actually seem read the wikis.
So I am wondering if there is anything that can be done about this confusion (albeit this isn't exactly super important). Can the [baking] tag's name be changed to something like [physics-baking]? Or if this isn't a problem, should the [baking] tag always be used along with [texture-baking]?
I am aware of this meta question, but it seems that the “Use this tag for baking any physics simulations.” has been added since then. I do think it is a good idea to have two separate tags since baking physics and textures are quite different procedures.