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I wholeheartedly agree, full explanation in my answer of the Word question. Regarding the further steps, I certainly advocate for burnination. Synonym-mapping might not help, because modern spell checkers check more than just orthography. When it still had options in the 2013 version (burn in hell for deleting those, MS) there were about fifteen options ...


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I don't have a problem with any of those tags, and I'm not even certain that the lack of any information for them is much of a problem either, I'm afraid. However, I haven't checked whether the existing questions which use these tags follow common sense. All these tags serve different purposes, and I believe that apart from the overarching answers tag, ...


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I'm testing a new approach to edit tracking here. If you edit the tag out of questions just change the number. The list of questions we had in other posts seems not very helpful. Don't forget to generally tag the question correctly if you are editing. Likely candidates for these questions seem to be punctuation and orthography. When we started the tag ...


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I've sent a message to a CM, requesting a blacklisting. – Matt E. Эллен♦ Done. Like a hypothetical english, language seems intrinsic to every question on the site. – Jon Ericson♦


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Andrew Leach asked what we can do about those 43 questions with the list-request tag, and more specifically what to do with those that have just this one tag. Following a downvote from me for being "not useful", about 5 out of the 43 questions got eaten by the roomba. For further cleanup, I'd suggest the following: Close and Delete these 6 questions with ...


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