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What's with all the Tag Management Request titles?

Did I miss the memo about this being required. Is this mandatory now for retag / synonym requests? Is this something someone thought was useful? Something else?

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Some people don't have enough reputation in the given tags to suggest synonyms, especially if there are very close tags involved (ex. widget/widgets) –  simchona Jun 19 '12 at 19:54

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I've created 12 such questions (all except 1) last 24 hours. I'm done now. (Added ignored tags, that's why I find them). The Tag Management Request titles is because I have to vary myself. If I create more type Merge [smooth] ⇒ [smoothing] titles. Then the system would not accept my question. Error message, this question have already been asked.

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Aha. Didn't see it was all you. Just looked at the first couple I find and some another nick. So what you are saying is that the filter is crewing things up? –  PeeHaa Jun 19 '12 at 20:01
    
Yes, creating my filter makes me find them. (Sure I don't want to read questions with strange general tags like merge validation hardware values editor post remove text) –  r4. Jun 19 '12 at 20:08
    
I have now merged 3 questions (pluralization 's) to one. Feel free to vote on it meta.stackexchange.com/questions/136759 since nobody does. –  r4. Jun 19 '12 at 20:38

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