On meta we have a tag to denote frequently asked questions, it is the moderator only bright red tag known as faq. This tag provides us the opportunity to group together our agreed community consensuses, allowing us easy access to reference them and an easy way to point new users trying to learn how we work to the many hours of discussion that resulted in us working that way in the first place.
Here is some past reading for some background on where this post is coming from:
Currently, the FAQ tag is underused, containing only nine questions. These are nine very good questions and provide a very good basis to some of the more obvious questions, even though a couple of them are edge cases.
The FAQ tag is linked to directly from the help page, and while the help page is very good, it doesn't detail how or why we do many of the things we do. I once wrote how perplexing it was trying to work out how Arqade works, shortly after starting. I know I'm not alone in these thoughts because many other new users have experienced the same issues.
The purpose of this post is to form community consensus on what exactly should be included and should be approached as follows:
Upvote the question if you think grouping all of our community agreed policies should be tagged together to make them easier to find.
Downvote the question if you don't think grouping all of our community agreed policies should be tagged together.
Post answers detailing the questions on meta you think should be included under this tag, whether that tag be faq or site-policies or a new tag altogether. Detail in your answer why you think the question/answer linked is worthy of inclusion so everybody else can understand.
Vote on the answers to agree or disagree that you think that question should be officially backed and enforced as site policy.