The sky-survey tag currently has 21 questions after I added it to Any plans for TESS after it finishes northern sky survey?
For background, Wikipedia's Astronomical survey says
An astronomical survey is a general map or image of a region of the sky which lacks a specific observational target. Alternatively, an astronomical survey may comprise a set of many images or spectra of objects which share a common type or feature. Surveys are often restricted to one band of the electromagnetic spectrum due to instrumental limitations, although multiwavelength surveys can be made by using multiple detectors, each sensitive to a different bandwidth
I just want to double check if
sky-survey is a sufficiently general term to apply to all types of surveys. TESS is an exoplanet survey and does indeed look for specific things though it doesn't a priori look at specific targets.
also note: "There is no usage guidance for this tag … yet!"