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There's some talk on the Webmasters meta site about making tags in common with this site have a common spelling. One example cited is the page-speed tag on Webmasters, where the matching tag on StackOverflow is pagespeed.

Should the pagespeed tag on StackOverflow be renamed to follow the tag-name norms, and as a bonus match the other site?

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Is the "pagespeed" tag about the general concept of "how fast my page loads", or is it related to Google Page Speed? Questions seem to be split between the two (though I supposed the second is basically a subset of the first). – John Flatness Oct 10 '11 at 0:48
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I think it would be a good idea to rename pagespeed on Stack Overflow to page-speed. It is more in line with the common taxonomy used, and it will make migrations smoother.

We should create a new tag, google-pagespeed for that tool.

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