Ok so if you're not aware on Literature.SE's Meta there was a question posted about the age old problem regarding the 25 character limit to tags
Is there any way we can increase the maximum tag length to something bigger than 25 characters?
Right now, our site tags questions by book titles. Unfortunately, many book titles are longer than twenty-five characters. This has lead to some awkward abbreviations, such as zen-and-art-of-mc-maint
Is there any way to increase the maximum tag length?
This can be increased, but only up to a maximum of 35 characters. This means zen-and-the-art-of-motorcycle-maintenance is right out.
I increased the allowed length to 32, thus allowing zen-and-art-of-motorcycle-maint, which should be a little bit easier to recognize. This sort of compromise is likely to be common... Thus, whenever possible, try to work the name of a publication into the title or first paragraph of a question.
however this change isn't network wide
It's not network-wide, @Cahir; let's try it here for a little bit & make sure nothing breaks unexpectedly. The only other place this has been changed from the default is the Russian-language Stack Overflow, and there are a lot of other differences there too - so this is the first time it's been changed on an otherwise-standard English-language site. Also, 32 is a nice round number.
almost 2 years ago senshin pointed out Anime and Manga's problem with the 25 character limit and since Lit's character limit on tags have been increase Arqade, Movies and TV and SciFi has posted up their own requests to have their Tag Character Limited increased.
So i ask the question, Should we get the increase in the tag length limit aswell?