I often see minecraft-commands-tagged questions where the OP doesn't specify which Minecraft edition they are playing. These questions almost always end up being closed as "needs details or clarity." To prevent this, we could add a tag warning to the minecraft-commands tag, reminding the OP to specify the relevant Minecraft edition in their question.
Should we add a tag warning to the minecraft-commands tag?
Note: This suggestion was originally made in a 2021 meta post: Tag Warnings: Looking for suggestions of tags that often got low quality questions and would benefit a warning when trying to add that tag. That meta post has since been closed since an SE Community Manager commented in that post that "These suggested tag warnings should each have their own dedicated discussion, rather than simply having them all as answers here."
We already have blocked tags and tag warnings, but we need to expand this feature to block or warn about certain combinations of tags, not just the presence/absence of a certain tag.
This argument stems off of the problem where multiple tags are necessary, like with minecraft-commands. We could have something like:
This example was from this argument.
Here, the tag would be blocked until you add one of the other tags that are required with it. We could have a combination block on minecraft-commands unless the question also has minecraft-java-edition or minecraft-bedrock-edition. This will catch people making the common mistake before it happens, saving them from having to wait long periods of time as their question is closed and reopened.