I hope it's ok to provide my feedback for just now signing up and asking my first question in Ask Ubuntu. This post isn't my question but feedback. I'm really impressed how when you create a question, it lists similar questions based on your subject. That helps to avoid asking same/similar questions. I did search the community first. Also love the tags. This helps me drill down into related posts to find a nugget of useful info. However, one of my tags was rejected because I don't have enough points to create a tag. I guess that's ok but would be nice to add a tag if it doesn't exist. Maybe some other way to "vet" new tags.
My discussion topic is why does it take 300 points to create new tags on the site. I think the community could benefit from those with fewer points to create tags. For example, my question was on bastille. Bastille is not a tag, but probably should be one.
I posted this discussion topic here because according to the "What's Meta" help page, a discussion tag is used for:
discussion, for posts that may not have a clear-cut right or wrong answer and are often subjective. If it's not a bug or feature request, it is probably a discussion.
I can delete my post and post elsewhere if it is more appropriate.
Thanks again for such a great tool and community!