Last updated 5 January 2018.

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The following general-purpose tags are not specific to any particular project issue:

Affects the ability of people with disabilities or special needs (such as blindness or color-blindness) to use Drupal.
Involves the content or handling of Cascading Style Sheets.
Docs infrastructure
Infrastructure/code improvements related to documentation. Note that the Core Documentation team uses this tag, not the next one.
Primarily changes documentation, not code. For Drupal core issues, select the Documentation component instead of using this tag. In general, component selection is preferred over tag selection. upgrade
Involves a recent or proposed upgrade to the website.
Worse Than Failure. Approximates the unpleasant remark made by drupal developers when they first encounter a particular (mis)feature.
DX (Developer Experience)
Enhances developer experience.
Please do not use this tag unless your name is Dries Buytaert.
Implements and supports the use of HTML5.
(Drupal 8 Multilingual Initiative) is the tag used by the multilingual initiative to mark core issues (and some contributed module issues). For versions other than Drupal 8, use the i18n (Internationalization) tag on issues which involve or affect multilingual / multinational support. That is preferred over Translation.
Issues relating to infrastructure that are posted in other queues such as Project or Project issue tracking.
Affects the content, performance, or handling of Javascript.
Affects the version, handling, or usage of the jQuery javascript library.
Issue related to Drupal on mobile devices.
Would make a good project for someone who is new to the Drupal contribution process. Preferred over Newbie.
PHP 5.3
Particularly affects sites running on PHP version 5.3.0 or later.
Particularly affects sites running on the PostgreSQL database.
Quick fix
Very small and simple change. Preferred over Quickfix.
Makes Drupal easier to use. Preferred over UX, D7UX, etc.
Related to the Views in Drupal Core initiative.
Involves, uses, or integrates with views. In Drupal 8 core, use the VDC tag instead.
Involves an in-browser What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get content editor.