The following are the current FAR tags (total of 112 questions):
FAR stands for Federal Aviation Regulations, although it is no longer professional to call them "FARs". As Wikipedia puts it:
Since 1958, these rules have typically been referred to as "FARs", short for Federal Aviation Regulations. However, another set of regulations (Title 48) is titled "Federal Acquisitions Regulations", and this has led to confusion with the use of the acronym "FAR". Therefore, the FAA began to refer to specific regulations by the term "14 CFR part XX". [Citing an FAA document on the matter.]
What format for the proposal do you think is best?
A recent comment from @JWalters encouraged me to bring this up:
@ymb1 I don't like using the 'far' tags because they have not been the FARs for wire some time now. It is 14 CFR. I thought the '-operations' tag fit better since this is an operations question.
My argument for the change:
When I investigated the orphan tags that were created here (revision history), I didn't even find the [far-...] tags, as I typed "part" and "cfr". You can see that in the linked revision history. I made two edits, the first was simply deleting the newly created tags, then adding the far ones when I discovered them.
I only found them when I browsed my way into the tag wiki of the 'parent' tag by chance.
Anyone who doesn't use the incorrect acronym, is less likely to find the FAR ones. Note: A similar situation is: What should we do with the afd tag?
It turns out there's a similar post from 6 years ago (thanks @Lnafziger), "How should regulation "part" tags be named?" where no clear consensus was reached.