When asking questions related to PMI's PMP framework, how should we tag it? My thoughts are (and the tag I'm using is) "pmi-framework." "pmi" would be questions about the PMI itself (would that be considered off-topic?) and "pmp" could be in reference to the credential.
Wouldn't all these tags generated a lot of confusion?
I mean, a new comer asks a question without much knowledge about tags and would be a pain to moderators and highly reputation members to keep these tags ok.
Shouldn't we let tagging as simple as possible? Just PMI for any PMI-related questions.
I myself tend to lean towards the most generic tag that will work in a given situation. I like to use more than 1 (generic) tag, rather than 1 or 2 more specific ones. A question tagged with pmp could refer to the credential, the exam, prep books, webinars or really anything. People coming to this site are going to imbue these tags with meaning & interpretations of their own, often unforeseen by the person who made the tag originally.
I would suggest:
pmi pmp framework
three separate tags
Keeping in mind that once a person starts entering more than 2 characters for a tag, they will see other tags with the same beginnings, "pm" is likely to eventually generate a ton of matches pmi, pmi-pmp, pmp, pmp-exam, pm-tools, pmbok, etc. Over time, probably way too may tags are going to start with pm, making any tag starting with those 2 letter tough to find.
Is the PMP really part of some framework? Is it what most people looking to filter questions related to the PMP would think of?
All this being said, take a look at https://superuser.com/tags, 83 pages of tags. Could it be improved with cleanup? Yes. Is it killing the site? No.