We've got a lot of cleanup to do in question's tags and older questions that fell of the radar for grammar/spelling/clarity changes. My biggest fear is that all these old questions will start to overlap the new, incoming questions. Suggestions? How do other sites take care of this?
As for examples of questions that need to be edited, if I find them I usually take care of them on the spot. My biggest concern is tags.
You've already seen my question about the baby tag. There are other tags that I question the purpose of. Some examples are the motivation tag, extended-family tag, or the outdoor tag. These three have few questions assigned to them and they have little to no bearing on the concepts of parenting. Outdoor could easily be play, extended-family could go into family and then we have tags for grandparents, and I don't see the purpose of motivation (perhaps I'm wrong on this one, let me know).
And although tag wikis won't affect the queue, I think it's a good idea we start building them up if we want to attract more people. Tags without excerpts are the most common to be misused. We should come together to try and hash out how those top two pages of tags are relevant to the site. There are some that I am clueless about since I'm only chugging along with two kids under the age of three.