No, it's not.
Tag wiki excerpts should not just say what - they can describe what a tag is about, but more importantly they should say why - why someone should be using a given tag in the context of asking for a code review, and why someone would want to follow a given tag.
Here's a glimpse of an article from Jeff Atwood that I saw about halfway through my editing spree:
Here’s a few words of advice on writing tag wiki excerpts:
- The excerpt is the elevator pitch for the tag. You only have ~500
plain text characters for the excerpt, so don’t feel obligated to
cover everything in it! Save that for the 30,000+ character Markdown
tag wiki. The excerpt should define the shared quality of questions
containing this tag — boiled down to a few short sentences.
- Avoid generically defining the concept behind a tag, unless it is highly
specialized. The “email” tag, for example, does not need to explain
what email is. I think we can safely assume most internet users know
what email is; there’s no value in a boilerplate explanation of email
- Concentrate on what a tag means to your community. For
“email” on Server Fault, mention the server aspects of email including
POP3, SMTP, IMAP, and server software. For “email” on Super User,
mention desktop email clients and explicitly exclude webmail, as that
would be more appropriate for webapps.stackexchange.com.
- Provide basic guidance on when to use the tag. In other words, what kinds of
questions should have this tag? Tags only exist as ways of organizing
questions, so if we don’t provide proper guidance on which questions
need this tag, they won’t get tagged at all, rendering the tag excerpt
moot. Think of it as a sales pitch: in a room full of tags screaming
“pick me!”, what would convince a question asker to select your tag?
- Some tags are common knowledge. Most tags require a bit of explanation
in the excerpt, even if it’s only 3 or 4 words. But if the tag is
common knowledge — that is, if you walked up to any random person on
the street and said the tag word to them, and they would know what you
were talking about — then don’t bother explaining the tag at all.
Stick to usage of the tag within your community in the excerpt.
I first wanted to post this as a discussion "question", but then realized it was more of a statement/answer, so I reworded it to make it fit the QA format :)