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Please merge into and create a synonym as they seem to cover same subject.

86 questions are using , and 23 questions are using . Even if those 23 can be manually retagged, it doesn't guarantee that there will be new entries with that tag, and I don't see anybody using them for different things.

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Create synonym will be better. – Somnath Muluk Jul 4 '12 at 12:07
If browser-caching is the more popular tag, shouldn't they be merged the other way around? – Martijn Pieters Jul 4 '12 at 12:09
@SomnathMuluk, isn't that what I ask for? :) Martijin, wrote it wrong way, fixed. – Oleg V. Volkov Jul 4 '12 at 12:19

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Tags with the same meaning, is meaningless!


This question was tagged like:

caching frame browser-cache browser-caching 

And this question was tagged like:

visual-studio-2008 asp.net-mvc-2 caching browser-cache browser-caching 

Users have applied three cache related tags to identify a cache problem on a single question.


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They really should be merged, thus removing the .

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If there is a tag that is synonym, the tag should not burninate. – kiamlaluno Jul 4 '12 at 19:52
@kiamlaluno, thanks for the heads up! – Zuul Jul 4 '12 at 20:38

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