There appears to be a feature in the new tag page where text preceding the first "is" or "are" in the first sentence is omitted.
This makes sense for saving space when the first part of the excerpt is just repeating the tag name, but often useful information is lost. For example, for equipment-recommendation, we had "Please note that this is not a general camera-recommendation site.", which got chopped awkwardly. Changing "is not" to "isn't" is the work-around there, but obviously it's a kludge.
Another problematic example is lightroom, where the fact that this refers to Adobe Lightroom is a crucial fact. Since the excerpt begins "Adobe Lightroom is....", that gets lost. The excerpt could be rephrased to "Lightroom is the name of a product by Adobe which...", but that's longer.
Or lighting, where "At its core, photography is nothing but the recording of light." becomes "nothing but the recording of light."
It'd be nice to have one of:
- excerpts were only chopped if they match the tag name, or
- excerpts could be marked as "please don't chop the beginning", or
- the chop-point could be explicitly marked with some sort of inline tag.