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Meanwhile model-first is a generic term, all posts tagged by are entity-framework related.

I propose all .net or c# or entity framework (or another .net technology tag) + mode-first tagged posts to re-tag to , by analogy with .

P.S. Absolutely same for and .

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There are only about 60 questions. It should be possible do to a manual audit and retag of each... – Charles Jul 6 '12 at 22:09
@Charles: But time will pass and more and more questions will be incorrectly marked by mode-first. – abatishchev Jul 9 '12 at 13:57
Once no questions remain within a tag, the tag is deleted by the system after a few hours. Someone would have to manually recreate it later, and the folks watching the new tag list (like me) would catch it and retag. – Charles Jul 9 '12 at 14:04
@Charles: Got it, thanks. Now there are no more questions tagged by the initial tag. P.S. I hate manual tag audit. – abatishchev Jul 9 '12 at 14:36