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Create [x86-64] synonym for [amd-64]

Yes This seems like a good idea. I can understand why the confusion happens when compared with Stack Overflow. Additionally, the revision history on the tag itself on Code Review shows that the tag ...
rolfl's user avatar
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Can we constrict the [python-2.*] tags?

Yes! I think that is very reasonable, for 2 reasons: As you stated, we don't have individual tags for Python 3.5, 3.6, etc. and having python-2.x would be consistent. While Python 2.6 has some ...
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Let's demerge [mergesort] for consistency with other sorting tags

It's complicated. There are a lot of sorts around, and their spelling varies. The rationale for the irregularity is likely that their names are irregular. Radix sort has a space between them, ...
Mast's user avatar
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Synonym request for tag [animations], proposed synonym [easing]

No I don't think this solves anything. Maybe I'm different to most as I normally pick well known categories and groups. Think [math] rather than [binomial expansion]. There are not many easing ...
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Can we constrict the [python-2.*] tags?

Yes, except: Go ahead with the rename, but don't synonymize until all 2.6 and lower questions have explicit mentions in the question (regardless of the tag) it's targeting 2.6. For reasons half the ...
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[hash-map]->[hash-table]

This needs moderator intervention This is because hash-set -> hash-table exists. And since map -> hash-map exists, we can't synonym hash-map -> hash-table/dictionary either.
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[hash-map]->[hash-table]

Yes, let's merge these - probably into hash-map, as that's the one with most questions (by only a small margin). I've copied the useful stuff from hash-table into it in readiness for the merge. ...
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What's your angle on desynonymizing [Angular] and [Angular.js]?

TL;DR: angular and angular.js are two different things, therefore not the logical synonyms, therefore de-synonymization is right ...
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