I was just wondering what's up with the tags , , and .

At the moment, is symlinked to , and not . However, "chrome" is more likely to refer to Google's Chrome than Chromium. I was just wondering why this is. Is it an accident? Intentional? Something else? (I don't know what other possibilities there are, but you never know...)

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was just an oversight; I merged it into since had considerably more instances, so now all three are grouped together. We normally only make synonyms if there's a history of people using both instances; and aren't synonyms because neither exists

  • Thanks for fixing that. Also, I meant the meta tag tag, not the normal tag (which, as you stated, diddn't exist.) Sorry for the ambiguity there. Jan 31, 2013 at 6:29

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