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Get rid of the [efi] tag?

EFI and UEFI refer to different versions of the same thing. In the mid 1990s, Intel began working on an improvement over the PC BIOS in order to work well with the more powerful machines they were ...
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Re-tagging text-processing questions

Should tool-specific tags be used on questions that do not explicitly ask for how to do this with a specific tool, or that do not describe problems arising from the (incorrect) use of a specific tool ...
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Re-tagging text-processing questions

is that users looking (e.g.) for awk-based solutions will have a harder time finding this question and related answers I have to challenge this because is a common yet misguided argument. If people ...
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Should version specific tags for [gnome] be abandoned now that GNOME changed versioning?

It might be worth considering the merit of a gnome-legacy tag to catch GNOME 1.x / 2.x cases, and a gnome tag for all versions in the new paradigm.
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Controlling the control flow tag

I followed Jeff’s advice and edited just five questions to remove the control-flow tag and replace it with terminal if the question wasn’t already tagged as such.
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Exec tag being used for Find questions

To my mind, the find tag should be for questions with regard to the find command and its invocations (including the -exec and -execdir arguments), uses, permutations, idiosyncracies, and foibles. ...
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Get rid of the [efi] tag?

Done. The tag efi is now a synonym of uefi and all questions tagged with efi are now tagged with uefi instead.
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