Lately we have seen large number of tag wiki edit suggestion in the review queue.
Many of the proposed edits are simple copy/paste from wikipedia. Whilst the information contained in them may be factually true, I think we should not fill our tag wiki's with this information.
Generally the wikipedia text is not written from an aviation perspective.
This should be picked up in review, please be a bit considerate before you hit the approve button.
From an aviation perspective it is hardly interesting what the area of a country is, what kind of political system it has or what the size of its population is. What would be interesting to know is: the name of the national aviation authority, the ICAO country code, the major airports and airlines, a link to the AIP, the country's aviation industry, the country's aviation history etc. None of that is found in the wikipedia copy/paste, yet it is happily approved in review.
Vortex ring state is an aerodynamic phenomena that can occur when a helicopter is hovering. The naming of the state comes from the vortex ring, which is a fluid mechanical phenomena. Our vortex-ring-state- tag wiki now doesn't even mention the helicopter because of the copy/pasting. Yet it was happily approved in review.
Sometimes a term has more than one meaning. When we use one meaning when applying the tag, and another meaning to describe the tag all consistency is lost.
Let's try and keep the quality of this site at a high level