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Questions tagged [burninate-request]

Use this tag to pose official burninate requests. Follow the guideline from meta.SE: https://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/239190/when-to-burninate DON'T WASTE ANYONE'S TIME WITHOUT FOLLOWING THAT GUIDELINE.

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Should we have [that] tag?

There's 10 questions with that. It lacks a tag wiki. Is it a useful tag? 1. Does it describe the contents of the questions to which it is applied? and is it unambiguous? Sometimes it's being used ...
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Seeking [answers] about these tags on meta

As well as answers, there's answering-advice, appropriate-answers, accepted-answer, unanswered-questions, and answer-howto. I understand what an accepted answer is, and also what an unanswered ...
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Let's get rid of the “correction” tag

Is there any value in the tag correction? Currently 87 questions are infected with that hideous tag. Since unspecified proofreading is off-topic I don't think this should be used as tag anywhere. We ...
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Should we burninate the [spelling-checker] tag? (0 posts left tagged)

While poking about removing the microsoft-word tag from a few questions, I came across a question tagged spelling-checker. This seemed to me to be a meta-tag of no more value than the ms-word one, so ...
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What's the tag “obscure-terms” for? Is it necessary?

We have the tag obscure-terms. It has 36 questions and the only thing obscure about them is the thought process that lead people to tag them with this tag. Mostly words that seemed obscure to the OPs, ...
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Should the 'language' tag be deleted?

The language seems like the ultimate cop-out tag. It has five questions with an accumulated score of -8, I expect it to sink further today with the question that made me stumble upon it. There is no ...