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When reviewing some suggested edits, I stumbled upon suggested content for the tag-wiki. There are as of now 48 questions that have this tag. However, I would say there is no point in having it.

Those questions with the tag are equally well served by a tag or a tag. The fact that you might be doing something out of the ordinary with a Kinect (related to programming of course..sheesh) should be part of your question. And I don't think this deserves a special tag.

In summary: Do we need the tag? Should we remove (and perhaps burninate) it?

Update: As of this time, all the 48 tags were removed and replaced with appropriate tags where necessary in addition to other fixes needed.

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synonym of the [1337-h4z0r] master tag –  Cody Gray May 25 '12 at 7:55
You know you're getting old when the establishment starts to use leetspeak.... –  Bart May 25 '12 at 8:03

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No. Edit it out and replace it with the appropriate or tag.

I've added it to http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/128315/the-great-stack-overflow-tag-question-cleanup-of-2012

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Great, thanks for that. –  Bart May 25 '12 at 11:24

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