We have 57 posts tagged warning. Should they be retagged to remove it?
warning is not as bad as the banned error tag. error roughly meant "Something happened!" There are just a few common meanings of "warning." They are enormously broad meanings, though. I don't think we should have this tag.
Most questions tagged warning use it to describe warning messages. It's not very useful to view or subscribe to questions involving any kind of warning message whatsoever. It's very unlikely anybody could be an expert on warnings in general and somewhat unlikely anyone would be interested in them as a general topic. Warnings happen for numerous reasons--more than errors, perhaps, in that warnings signify both conditions that may (later) stop something from working right and those that don't. I really don't see any benefit to this tag.
Is it okay if I -- and anyone else interested in doing so -- edit all the posts tagged warning to remove the tag, add other tags if appropriate, and otherwise do whatever edits seem helpful? Or is there is a reason to keep warning after all?
Update: As of now, the warning tag has been removed from all the questions that had it. We'll see if it comes back from the dead--but for now, mission accomplished. Thanks to everyone who helped out! (I removed it from a few posts, but the great majority of edits were done by others.)