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You've raised several discussion points in your question, so I'll try to tackle the ones I noticed. I notice that my flags are rejected. This is astonishing, because by any reasonable interpretation of "unfriendly or unkind", they were... completely off-topic and disrespectful with no relevance to the question or answer. Now I see the two comments ...


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I think the same rules we apply for macOS and Android could apply to BeOS: The Unix foundation underlying OS X (but generally not frontend application questions) The underlying *nix OS on an embedded system or handheld device (e.g. an Android phone) The conforming parts would be on-topic, the more exotic parts wouldn't be. (It might be completely on topic ...


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Following the same pattern as what we ended up doing for macOS (Change macos/osx tag synonym), I think the best approach should result in picom as the main tag and compton as a synonym. As I understand it, these would be the steps involved (without moderator intervention): add a picom to existing compton questions; make sure any relevant information from ...


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I suggest this procedure: If the tag is used on sufficiently few1 questions, then If you are sufficiently sure1 that the tag doesn’t belong on our site, simply edit all the questions where it is used, and remove it.  (If possible, replace it with a more appropriate tag.)  This will cause the tag to be deleted if it is not used again within six to eight ...


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