I removed the tag and rejected the tag wiki edit before having read this post. That maybe wasn't the most polite thing to do, for which my apologies. However, I still don't think this tag is a good idea.
Since 2010 the use of meta tags is discouraged. I think I mentioned this also when we discussed adding a subjective tag. The following is taken from the blog post I linked:
The reason meta-tags are a problem is that they do not describe the content of the question. They describe some other aspect of the question, like the author's skill level, or the author's motivation for asking it, or generally what "kind" of question it is (poll, how-to, etc.).
Meta-tags are actually a subset of a larger problem that I usually call dependent tags. These are tags that don't say anything by themselves - you can't tell what the question is about unless they're paired with some other tag (or several of them). These tags are a problem because people don't realize this and will often use that as the question's only tag.
And that's why
From this point on, meta-tagging is explicitly discouraged.
How can you tell you're using a meta-tag? It's easier than you might think.
- If the tag can't work as the only tag on a question, it's probably a meta-tag.
- If the tag commonly means different things to different people, it's probably a meta-tag.
Instead of using a simple tag, you could just mention in the post or in a comment that you are looking for simple answers (for example, because of your own level, or because of your language skills). Often, however, this will already be clear from the way the question was posed.