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Questions tagged [tags]

Tags are keywords or labels that categorize and group your question with other, similar questions.

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Peculiar application of [reinventing-the-wheel] tag on my question

My question has been edited by a moderator to include the tag reinventing-the-wheel. Allthough I did state I am not relying on libraries like cats even if they might already provide solutions for ...
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Disambiguate 'rop' tag

I see rop was recently added, to refer to "Railway-oriented programming" (which I have to admit was new to me, not having come across the term when I was using functional Scheme). However, the ...
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Warn if question is tagged with [python-3.x] but not [python]

Given that 16/50 of the latest python-3.x questions aren't posted with the python tag,[1] and site policy is to tag with both.[2] Can we move the burden onto the poster to tag properly, rather than ...
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New tag proposition: Leetcode

Leetcode is a very popular website for programming challenges. I would request that a new tag be created, leetcode, that can focus on these specific types of questions. There has been an influx of ...
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Tag request [visual-foxpro]

Just edited a question mistagged as VBA to instead use a new visual-foxpro tag. After looking at tag synonyms for VBA, I see there is no visual-basic-applications tag, so perhaps the new tag I ...
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Create Tag Clean Code

My reputation is too low to create the tag clean-code. I really miss this tag since clean code is a major aspect of code reviews (just nowadays more than in the ...
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Do we have a blurry scope?

When building the base of 'the guide to wonderland', I've looked through the scope and site-policy tags. But I don't really know what the difference is, and I'm unsure why a significant amount of them ...
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(Optionally) add Python sub tags to questions

The lack of version tags on some Python questions leads to reviewers having to 'pre-scan' the code to find out if it's Python2.7, Python3, both or neither. This seems strange as, I'd have thought that ...
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I suggest two tags, [readability] and [compatibility]

I suggest adding two tags readability and compatibility. I can't add them myself but think they will be useful. At my last code review question I added a tag related to the programming language ...
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A tag for “Universal Windows Platform” that doesn't exceed the 25 character limit?

I noticed that this question's title started out with "UWP", which stands for "Universal Windows Platform". Chances are such questions will become more frequent, and thus it could be useful to have a ...
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Are machine-learning questions a good fit for CR?

I'm aware of When are Machine Learning questions on-topic?, but I think maybe there's room for discussion regarding the machine-learning tag. I've made a search on the ML tag (because I do not have ...
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Should there be a tag for Python library [requests]?

I recently asked a question where I was interested in if I used the Requests library correctly. To my surprise, when I was adding tags, I didn't see the one for this library. Googling ...
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Optimize our meta tags?

First off I should say I'm ignoring the following meta tags: beginner, homework, reinventing-the-wheel, and most with less than 100 views. A short overview of the discussions around these tags is ...
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Search result displays unparsed HTML in tag excerpt

https://codereview.stackexchange.com/search?q=test+[bash] The URL above leads to the result you see in the picture. Note the unprocessed HTML ...
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Please add the tag [red]

red is already a tag on Stack Overflow. Please add it here.
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Requesting tag [arcpy] be created

There are not a lot of questions involving the popular GIS/geospatial library ArcPy from Esri (just 14 at the moment), but could someone with the create tags privilege create one for it, please? If ...
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What's the [api] tag for?

The taginfo for api describes what an Application Programming Interface is, but doesn't give any guidance as to what kind of question it applies to. Given that the majority of code here is at ...
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Does [ascii-art] mean only ASCII?

I'm looking at the ascii-art excerpt, which says: ASCII Art is a graphic design technique that uses 93 of the 128 printable ACSII characters to create images. Whilst this is almost true (it uses ...
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Are practical user-created languages suitable for a tag creation?

I recently created a language, and was wondering (As many others may be) if a user is allowed to create a tag for their language and post a few example questions. The following things should be ...
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Python 2.x merger bugs

After the creation of the Python-2.x tag there are a couple of bugs: The 'top users' page now doesn't show the correct information. My profile shows the tag as Python-2.7. The Python-2.x badge page ...
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Give [jison] a higher tag priority than [javascript]

Recently I asked a question and created the new tag jison. I also tagged the question with javascript because that is what the language compiles to. However, I noticed that the title in the browser ...
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JavaScript concepts applying to JSX posts

Many posts are tagged with jsx as well as javascript and sometimes ecmascript-6, but then those latter tags are often removed by others. While I understand that jsx is not syntactically valid ...
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Can we constrict the [python-2.*] tags?

I would like to suggest the following: Rename python-2.7 -> python-2.x Synonymize python-2.6 -> python-2.x This is as we don't have individual Python 3 tags, such as python-3.6. But we do however ...
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Clojure tag not sorting first

I've noticed that all language tags are sorted first but clojure tag. Is this by design or is there some setting that this tag is missing?
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Make constexpr synonym to a new tag, constant-expression

I'm proposing creating a new tag, constant-expression, and then making constexpr a synonym for constant-expression, rather than constants. Constant expression in C++ requires different usage of ...
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Not notified of unwanted edits to question

I was surprised to see one of my questions being changed that much that the intent of the question was removed from it. As C++ is evolving rapidly, I was experimenting with one of its features: ...
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Create tag [nuxtjs]

Please create a tag nuxtjs for the popular VueJS framework nuxt.js.
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Can we replace the misleading [unity] tag with a more distinct tag?

Some unity3d (game engine) questions are being accidentally tagged as unity (Microsoft dependency injection container). Can we rename unity to unity-container, and create a tag synonym for unity and ...
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Posting very simple questions as exemplars [duplicate]

I noticed a couple things that have been pointed out repeatedly. Having an exemplar of that single issue (not a bunch of issues in a long piece of code) can be pointed back to along with a simple ...
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Should python3.x be an alias of python-3.x?

The existing tag python-3.x works great, but I regularly forget to add the dash there, and type python3.x. This tag doesn't exist, and I don't have the rep to ...
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Should questions about assembly code include architecture / platform tags?

I was reading this question about a FizzBuzz implementation in assembly for the ATmega16. I suggested that the OP include a tag indicating the architecture, because the fact that it was for an 8-bit ...
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Favorite categories - not all favorite tag questions are colored

In my favorite tags section I have python, python-2.7 and python-3.x. When searching for specific questions containing, say, python I don't have all of the questions colored. Should this happen? Do I ...
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No tag for Angular

There is no tag for Angular (v2, 4, 5). It redirects to Angular.js, which is a completely different framework using a different language. Is it possible to create a new tag for Angular?
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What's your angle on desynonymizing [Angular] and [Angular.js]?

As we should know from ""Angular" (Angular is not Angular.js)", Angular is not AngularJS - Angular is Angular2+. Wikipedia also says they're different things: Angular - "Angular (commonly referred ...
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Game tag - When to create own tag for games?

I have just created the minesweeper tag and the rock-paper-scissors tag. The reasoning for this was: Rock Paper Scissors (Lizard Spock) is popular enough to deserve its own tag. (37 questions seem ...
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Shall we keep shelling out questions for [shell]?

We have a shell tag, but we also have more specific shell tags such as sh and bash. Many tags with shell also include these specific tags, so it almost looks redundant. I could see that there are ...
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.net to the core

An entity-framework-core tag was recently created. Tag asp.net-core was created some 8 months ago. I can see a pattern here: do we really want a -core version of every single .net-related technology ...
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Should we forever deconstruct [data-structures]?

This tag was recreated today and was probably also recreated some time ago since its burnination as part of our massive tag purging. We already have separate tags for the most common data structures, ...
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Can't add Emacs tag to question

I added the (existing) tag emacs to this question, but when I save the edit, the tag is automatically removed from the question.
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beautiful-soup vs beautifulsoup

For some reason, CR has a tag for the BeautifulSoup library named as beautiful-soup, with a hyphen even though there is no ...
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Time limit exceeded and performance: what's the difference?

We currently have two tags that have quite a large amount of overlap in their definitions: performance Performance is a subset of Optimization: performance is the goal when you want the execution ...
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Would burninating [performance] bring good performance?

The performance tag has over 5000 questions which is also the master tag of 4 other tags. It can also be considered a "meta tag", much like previously burninated tags such as [naming] and [...
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Should we do something about our meta tags?

We have a decent selection of language and technology tags, but we also have many meta tags, such as refactoring. A meta tag, at least on here, specifies the OP's request(s) in a review, and not much ...
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Tag Request: “Angular” (Angular is not Angular.js)

I am not at 1500 rep, so I cannot create tags, but the angular tag does not exist on Code Review. I just asked a question and had to tag it with angular.js, which is only version 1.0 according to the ...
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What's the Code Review guideline for tags and where can I find it?

Recently I started the review question IGB Stack Flair – A dynamic flair for Stack Exchange sites. I created the tags stackapp and flair for it because they didn't exist and that's simply what it is ...
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python-3.x tag does not pass lang-py to code-prettify

I asked a Python 3 question, and tagged it python-3.x. The highlighting was messed up, because the python-3.x tag wasn't passing the lang-py argument to the JS ...
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Common Review Quotes

In my reviews a couple of points come up again and again (and again). It's like somebody is teaching bad practice out there. As a result a lot of my reviews look very similar (or get terse with my ...
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Should there be a gcc tag?

I recently asked a question that is at least in part specific to gcc. That is, the way the C code is written will be different for different compilers. This is because different compilers are able to ...
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Why was I told to include a programming language tag for an [nginx] question?

It already had the tag nginx which is the configuration language at hand. The person that answered the question did a fine job and obviously knew what the question was about. Unduplicating prox_pass ...
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Should we [join] this tag with the other burninated ones?

I've just again realized that we have a join tag, which corresponds to SQL. It doesn't appear that the questions have anything else in common, either. Do we still need it?