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I think ROOT, as in the OO framework used in high energy physics experiment should have a different tag ("root-cern"/"root-hep"?). On doing a tag search for Root, most of the results relate to "root" (admin-level access), and ROOT results are difficult to find.

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There is also the root of a filesystem (AKA / on unix), though that tag should probably be discouraged on SO. – dmckee Sep 23 '11 at 12:35
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I would submit as the tag to use.

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could you create the tag. I do not have enough reputation. I will then look for some questions on ROOT and suggest retags. – yayu Sep 25 '11 at 0:42
Done, and added to 3 questions. It's all yours. – Lance Roberts Sep 25 '11 at 6:51

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