Similarly, moderator-teams can become teams, moderator-elections can become elections moderator-bullying can become bullying etc., and in future we should actively avoid having tags with 'moderator' in them.
I'm not sure that your argument is correct in all cases.
Also don't forget that ideally each tag should be able to be applied to a question as the only tag on that question and make sense. So something like selection wouldn't work as there is no indication of what you are selecting. You'd need another tag to define that.
moderator-* tags are important to distinguish tags that would have a completely different meaning without the
As of this post, there are 5 tags with the
Without the leading prefix, the meaning of each is lost.
moderator-selection, which seems to indicate a question about how one should choose a new moderator becomes
selection. Selection of what?
moderator-teams, meaning a group of people that share moderator duties, becomes simply
teams. Is this teams of users or teams in a game?
moderator-electionsdoesn't seem to lose as much meaning by dropping the prefix, but does become more generic. This is especially true if communities have elections for various positions.
moderator-relationship, which appears to be about how interpersonal relationships between moderators and others are handled becomes just
relationship. This is very generic. It could be the relationship between your community and another community. The relationship between a user and a business partner they occasionally refer to, or it could be the relationship between two people regardless of whether one is a moderator or not.
moderator-accessis a question about what privileges a moderator has. By becoming just
accessit could refer to access to the community, access to a subsection of a community or access control problems.
I don't think all tags should have
moderator in front of them, but in some cases it is important.