It seems to be an ongoing pattern that Apple regularly upgrades product designations by adding the letter "S" to the end of a product name. Thus, the iPhone 3G was succeeded by the iPhone 3GS; the iPhone 4 was followed by the iPhone 4S, and this week the iPhone 5S was announced as the upgrade from the iPhone 5.
Our site has product specific tags, and while I'm not convinced that is a good thing, many users are, and thus when a new product is launched, we frequently encounter the desire to create a tag for the new product.
The Stack Exchange tag system, in an attempt to block the creation of useless plural tags, prohibits users from creating a tag that matches a previous tag and has an S appended to it. You cannot create a networks tag if there is already a network. This is a very good thing. But this check system to prevent plural tags is preventing users from creating very proper tags for newly announced products.
This has happened before and it just came up again.
Is there any way we could relax the anti-plural filter so non-moderator users of sufficient reputation could create appropriate tags on our site without requiring moderator intervention?