We've discussed this issue finely in Is This Tag Useful? Episode 1 - The Big Boss (grammar) and A proposed solution to the "grammar" dilemma -- Please contribute your answers to the "what is grammar" post. However, a recent question came up with the tag, which was initially locked. It made me realize that not much have been said in the other posts that would signify community consensus. We still dunno whether we should burninate the tag, and leave it as a placeholder on one question, or just leave the tag be.
So the only purpose of this post is to explicitly determine the community's position regarding the tag. Should we start removing the tag from existing questions and replacing it with more accurate tags? Or should we leave it be?
This post is a poll. Please cast your votes on the two answers below to weigh in.
Points to consider:
I figured some people would just upvote the solution they think is good, and others would both upvote their preferred solution and downvote the other one. To avoid inconsistency, only the upvotes on the posts will count. After all, you can't downvote other presidents in the election. ;) So it doesn't matter if you downvote or not, but I recommend you don't, since some people here can't see the vote counts. (It's a privilege currently awarded at 750 reps)
Please don't use the answer or the comments part for further discussion on the matter. All further discussion should take place in A proposed solution to the "grammar" dilemma -- Please contribute your answers to the "what is grammar" post.
We'll just tally the votes in a final answer (For those who can't see the vote counts) and post a separate answer.
The votes will be counted at 2015/12/30 and hence you can only vote up to that time if you want it to count.
There is now a chatroom if you want to discuss this further freely.