So per the discussion about conjuration and necromancy, conjuration has been
mostly removed from questions.
It was removed from each of the following, and replaced with summoning:
Does a dagger summoned by Minor Conjuration overcome resistances?
Can I conjure a dagger or dart in my offhand and use bonus action to attack with it?
Does a “Minor Conjuration” object contain details of the original even if the caster did not see those details?
What exactly is the difference between conjure animals and woodland beings?
When you lose control of Conjure Elemental, is it still hostile towards your enemies or just you?
Do you have to be the ritual leader when creating an ally spirit?
What happens if I Minor Conjuration an object I have seen - but didn't know it was magical? (also added magic-items)
Can conjured creatures bring back something (objects or creatures)
Do the Onyx Dog's temporary hit points disappear when the party takes a short rest?
It was also removed from the following, which already had summoning:
There are two remaining questions in conjuration:
Flaming Sphere AOE—Literally the only place in this question that the text “conjur” appears is in the conjuration tag. While flaming sphere is a Conjuration spell, its status as a conjuration has nothing to do with the question. I suggest just removing it altogether.
On the other hand, the 4e question about conjurations appearing if you miss, which is about Bigby’s icy grasp, may provide precedent for treating non-creature/non-object conjurations as summoning. At all, the flaming sphere persists and you can move it around, which does overlap some with summoning a creature.
My Wizard is conjuring a piece of the sun. How will this affect my setting?—I would support calling this summoning despite it only being a piece of the sun, but it’s different enough that I wanted to highlight it before I touched it.
These two remaining questions have been dealt with per doppelgreener’s answer, and conjuration is gone!