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As it currently stands the guidance tag has no description and could be interpreted many ways. There are currently 5 questions tagged with it:
- Coordinate systems, not sure how it's related.
- Navigation equipment
- Ground marshals
- DO guideline examples
- Checklist best practices
Seems like it's being used as a synonym for both "navigation" and "advice." Should we just get rid of it? Are there better tags we could use?
Edit: Per the feedback I removed the tag from these questions.
asked Apr 5, 2018 at 18:09
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I would get rid of it; the word "guidance" by itself is far too broad/vague. There are so few questions that I don't think that's a big deal to do that.
answered Apr 5, 2018 at 20:26
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It does seem an unusual tag. The only thing I can think of in aviation that "guidance" would relate to would be weapons systems
answered Apr 5, 2018 at 20:21
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