As a good future archivist (alas, whithout the psy powers1) I like to have a proper indexation (or classification, not sure about the good word) for the French site.
So I've worked on the tags (and put fear in the heart of those poor souls than forgot to write the good tags) for a little bit optimisation. And I work with one of my teachers to implement a multi-tag search onto the site and some automatic correction (like, if someone write "sur" it will normally be modified to "sûr"2 and so on for the common mistakes). At least in theory, we still need to work on that between lessons.
So, enough divagation.
Actually we have the same structure than the one in the english site. For example :
abeille (ang : "apian") - L'objet s'apparente à des abeilles. Utilisé avec animal et insecte si nécessaire.
In english :
apian - SCP is or exhibits traits of apian, or bee-like animals. Use in conjunction with animal or insect if appropriate.
We have added the little "(ang : "apian")" for better tagging on the translations.
Some of our members can speaks japanese, russian and spanish (maybe more, I don't remember) and can make direct translation.
So the Idea here is to put your tags (well, if you use them ;) ) here in collapsible or giving me a link to your tag guide, so we can complete the lists on all branches and facilitate the tags use.
Like this, for example :
tag (ang : "english tag" ; rus "russian tag" ; spa : "spanish tag" and so on) - description of the tags
It will be a little rough/ugly like this so I will probably plan to make some tabs like this :
(in this example, you can switch the "tags in FR" with "tags in [your language here]"
Even if the english list of tags is huge, some SCP-FR use tags which aren't already there. And I'm pretty sure that the same for every branches (or it will be the same in the future).
Actually, we will use the idea of Mafiew :
EN RU ES FR DE … Definition (for non-english tags) safe ? seguro sûr sicher … …
So I think it can be a good idea to share (or even trying to globalize ?) our tags.
Also, we added the "language tag" like this :
(Yeah, there is not all the branches here, I will add them in the future)
Maybe that can help/inspire you. Or you have another system that you can speak about :D
PS : This whole text is probably stuffed with mistakes, sorry about that :p Don't hesitate to correct me if you will