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There are four tags used for the Facebook Graph API on StackOverflow:

Should/could some merging be done?

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Add facebook-opengraph and opengraph to this list. Although there is technically a difference between the Open Graph Protocol and the Facebook Open Graph API, I'm not sure the question askers have been discriminating in the first place, so they can probably all be combined. – thaddeusmt Nov 27 '11 at 21:54
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Good idea -- I merged all these together.

(don't quite see the need for a synonym set, yet...)

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There is still an issue with this - on I cannot save a question tagged with just facebook-graph-api. It says I must use a non-Facebook tag. Even if the question is just about the graph api! (and is not programming language specific, etc) I usually have to tag-spam api or something to get around this restriction. Also see:… – thaddeusmt Nov 27 '11 at 21:56

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