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In particular, material in the tag wiki should not be copied wholesale from elsewhere. This is one of the grounds for rejection in the review dialogs:
This edit copies a significant amount of content from an external source. Generic descriptions such as encyclopedia articles and ad copy do not provide useful guidance; try creating something useful to this community specifically, and be sure to attribute the original author. See: How to reference material written by others.
Material that is copied wholesale from another place is inappropriate for the tag wiki because it fails to explain how the tag relates to this specific site. Either it explains the term in general, or it explains how the tag relates to some other site.
Some warning signs that text might not be appropriate for this site because it has been copied from elsewhere:
The suggested edit includes phrases such as "[Subject]-related tags:" followed by a whole bunch of tags that don't even exist here and contains a bunch of links to programming tutorials.
The suggested edit includes phrases such as "NOTE: If you want to use this tag for a question not directly concerning implementation, then consider posting on Computer Science or Cross Validated instead. Otherwise you're probably off-topic."
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