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IMHO, (2066) and (65) describe symptoms of an error, and is perhaps a borderline meta tag.

Similar tags: [error] and [not-working].

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crash != p0rbelm

I am not sure what world you are living in, but in mine they are not the same at all

A crash implies that something actually crashed in the program.
A p0rbelm implies nothing. nothing at all. Just that the question was asked.

As it says in the crash tag wiki:

A crash is the result of an unrecoverable error that causes the program to stop completely. During the software development, crashes can be avoided by implementing proper error and exception handling.

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I agree. Ideally, folks would use an exception name when that's available, but "crash" still has some meaning. – Shog9 Dec 22 '11 at 16:49
OK, my bad for choosing a bad example tag. My point is, a crash is simply a result of an error (in loose terms, a problem) and the cause/solution is relative to the technology at hand. – Shawn Chin Dec 22 '11 at 16:53
While trying to rephrase the question, I convinced myself that you're right. Bah. – Shawn Chin Dec 22 '11 at 17:05

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