Commit 987cbeb2 authored by alyaza's avatar alyaza

slight modification to the formatting. let's see if this looks better,

parent edd74969
Here are listed condensed versions of the tagging suggestions from the [Hierarchical Tags](https://tildes.net/~tildes/wiki/hierarchical_tags/) page. These are intended to be easy to reference and use accordingly and so are very concise; for the full detailing of how these tags are used, their history, and other things of that nature, see again the [main page](https://tildes.net/~tildes/wiki/hierarchical_tags/).
## `recurring.`
# `recurring.`
- Use `recurring.` for threads on a specific, consistent interval; otherwise, just use standalone `recurring`.
## `economics.`
- Use hierarchical tags for branches and sub-branches of economics and modifiers like `policy`
and `trade` (`economics.macro` for example). If posting in ~science use `socialscience.` as the parent tag instead of `economics.`
## `law.`
# `economics.`
- Use hierarchical tags for branches and sub-branches of economics and modifiers like `policy` and `trade` (`economics.macro` for example). If posting in ~science use `socialscience.` as the parent tag instead of `economics.`
# `law.`
- Use subtags whenever there's a modifier, with the modifier being the subtag (`law.labor` for example). If a location tag is needed, tag it separately (`law.labor` and `usa` for example). Do not use `law.martial` for martial law or `law.enforcement` for law enforcement/policing.
## `nsfw.` and `trigger.`
# `nsfw.` and `trigger.`
- Use `trigger.` (if desired) for potentially triggering content in the same way as `law.` (`trigger.rape` for example). Use `nsfw.` like `trigger.` and `law.` for actively graphic or potentially graphic content.
## `hurricanes.`, `cyclones.`, `typhoons.`
Use the pertinent parent tag for the storm, with the storm name being a subtag even if it's not a formal hurricane/typhoon/cyclone. If the storm only has a nickname or best known name, try a truncation of that name.
# `hurricanes.`, `cyclones.`, `typhoons.`
- Use the pertinent parent tag for the storm, with the storm name being a subtag even if it's not a formal hurricane/typhoon/cyclone. If the storm only has a nickname or best known name, try a truncation of that name.
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