We had a question earlier about the tags lord-of-the-rings and the-lord-of-the-rings. While that issue has now been resolved by Robert Cartaino, I thought it'd be worth trying to establish a consensus for some more general conventions on tag naming.
When the name of a work begins with an article ("the", "a", or "an"), should we include the article in the name of the tag for that work?
On the one hand, the article would lengthen the tag name without adding anything to the meaning. On the other hand, it might be nice to use the 'official' name of the work.
Any more pros and cons?
Assume that including the articles won't make the tag go over the 25-character limit. We can't use the-rime-of-the-ancient-mariner, because it's too long; that decision isn't in our hands.