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I don't think these tags:

  • with 7 questions (2 asked this year)
  • with 16 questions (3 asked this year)

provide useful meta data for the question and they really don't increase the search visibility of a given topic. The posts tagged are quite varied.

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Note -- no questions would be orphaned without tags if these two were removed. – M. Tibbits Aug 10 '11 at 4:29
    
You have enough rep to retag those questions yourself, and 23 questions is a reasonable amount for you to do manually. – Michael Petrotta Aug 10 '11 at 4:32
    
@Michael, Sure thing! I just didn't want to push them all to the top. Is that ok? – M. Tibbits Aug 10 '11 at 4:33
    
I think so, yes. I see, at first glance, no reasonable uses of those tags, and it's no big deal to bump them temporarily, IMO. – Michael Petrotta Aug 10 '11 at 4:35
up vote 5 down vote accepted

So they're all gone now. I retagged them by hand at Michael Petrotta's suggestion.

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