I've written quite a lot of tag wiki excerpts and a few others have worked on them too.
But I consider myself a very bad writer plus there are a few that I'm a bit stumped as far as good wording goes.
Please add some of the missing ones. Unless you have quite high reputation you will need to go through the approval process but you will also be rewarded with some rep points when we approve them.
Try to be consistent. Look at how other tags are worded. Start with a capital letter, end with a full stop. Keep it short and avoid the words "is" and "are" early in the character sequence, also starting with "This tag", each of which may trigger an automatic tag wiki truncation algorithm which can make the Tags page look ugly.
Oh and try not to merely define the term, this is considered bad on Stack Exchange.
Here are our current most used (4 uses or more) blank tag wiki excerpts. Oh plus a few with unimaginative generic excerpts:
- tips-and-tricks × 27
- canada × 20
- germany × 16
- beaches × 12
- culture × 8
- hitchhiking × 7
- egypt × 7
- mongolia × 7
- suggestions × 6 (this is probably going to be merged with "recommendations" though.
- recommendations × 6
- winter × 5
- insects × 4
- ireland × 4
- language × 4
- new-york × 4 (you probably need to consider whether it applies to the state as well as the city or not)
- palestine × 4
- south-africa × 4
- wildlife × 4