A Framework is more than just a library, although most frameworks consist of some libraries themselves.
Frameworks are explicitly different from software-development as some programming languages don't have (m/any) frameworks to pick from in the first place, and software development doesn't require frameworks.
I recommend we retag the questions to php-framework, python-framework etc. and then blacklist framework to keep in from reappearing (with the note to use the language specific tag).
The idea behind this is that there are most likely no experts in frameworks in general, but there are php-framework experts as there are java-framework experts. I would add java-framework to my favorites, but not php-framework or framework.
The tag-wiki of the new tags should be:
A framework is a collection of common functions, that enable the programmer in a consistent way, to have common tasks handled automatically.
In my area of work frameworks are so important and distinct that I usually see them in job-ads and can tell what the project is about by the frameworks they use.
Unfortunately some people don't separate their use of framework and library consistently, but that shouldn't stop us from doing it.