I noticed a few questions appearing on the active tab that had the organophosphate tag. At first I didn’t think much, until I saw that it had been freshly created and is being applied to questions where it may fit. It also has a (short) tag wiki and a (bad, because it just copies the description from the tag wiki rather than saying what the tag should be used for) excerpt. Both explicitly talk about organophosphates.
That is my problem. Organophosphates are essentially DNA, RNA, a very small set of organic solvents rarely used (trimethyl phosphate anyone?), a set of chemical weapons and even more rarely, a compound whose hydroxy group was turned into a phosphate leaving group.
I feel this is a very narrow scope that hardly warrants a tag, especially since $90~\%$ of its use would be DNA and RNA questions that already have a tag of their own dna-rna.
Wouldn’t a much better tag be organophosphorus-compounds (not sure if that is too long) or something of the kind? It would include Wittig salts, phosphonates, phosphite esters (used in chemical DNA synthesis), phosphanes and many many more. Phosphates just seems too limited a tag in my opinion.