I came across the labor tag for the first time, and I'm of the opinion that its wrong and needs editing. If the Department of Labor wants their own tag, then something more specific that is also relevant sounds great, the vague term labor applies to much more than DOL and their API.
So how do I go about editing this? I could simply change the definition, and create a new tag for DOL-API, but I want to make sure that's the correct route.
I also have to say this reoccurring theme of US government departments use of od se however they please is getting mundane. I've mentioned a few of them on here and those in the gov that are on here never seem to respond.
Its all good if they use it, please use it, but maybe think about more than your department as you do it. Seriously, as if every other country doesn't have labor statistics. If you want to keep it domestic, states and localities have labor levels too. This is getting to be a rant, so I'll stop, but if any of my previous thoughts were addressed (not corrected, but acknowledged), I wouldn't feel like this.
Months later, still see the need for this to change. I was just about to edit the tag wiki, but I want to discuss this before I do.
Should a DoL tag be created? Should we use Jan's idea of combining the United States tag with a generic Labor tag?
Again, I was just about to edit it, but don't want to cause more confusion for users; or rather, would like to minimize/lessen it as much as possible.
As for engaging other branches of the gov/mods here...no one will respond or answer....