tables wiki reads at the moment:
tables is about the
tabularenvironment and related packages such as array, booktabs, tabularx and longtable. For questions about the
tableenvironment (i.e., about floating or positioning), use floats instead.
There are many packages that extend the basic functionality of the
tabularenvironment. A good overview of packages (and package conflicts) can be found in Which tabular packages do which tasks and which packages conflict?.
If your question involves one of these specific packages (or another tabular package not listed), you should add a tag for that package as well as the tables tag.
So a LaTeX-specific wiki as it stands. All of the above relate to horizontal alignment. I think I've always tagged
\halign questions with horizontal-alignment, and so was wondering what purpose does the tables tag represent since it outrules
table (for floats), and isn't specifically about tabular (since its name is tables and not tabular). On the one hand,
\halign questions could be in tables just as well as tables could be horizontal-alignment. It should be noted that
\halign internally, and
\halign comes from “horizontal alignment”.
What do you think?
Speaking of horizontal-alignment, I find the current wiki rather confusing:
horizontal-alignment is about aligning document elements horizontally, e.g. typesetting paragraphs using
\raggedrightor adjusting the horizontal position of several equation or table components. If your question is generally about (horizontal) white space, use spacing instead.
, because, as I understand, neither
\raggedright actually align anything.
Maybe those two could fit into a tag like paragraph-shape or similar?