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 ...


status-completed. vim was already on 7 all of them.


I'm torn between the fact that there really is a meaningly difference in the taxonomy here (and at least historically, it was relevant to this site) and the obvious issue that people suck at picking appropriate tags. I think the solution is probably to make it harder for people to use the wrong tags without having the correct ones put in front of them. For ...

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