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I wanted a feed URL that encompassed all questions about French-speaking regions on Travel Stack Exchange. So I tried

http://travel.stackexchange.com/feeds/tag?sort=newest&tagnames=andorra+or+belgium+or+france+or+french-guiana+or+french-polynesia+or+guadalupe+or+luxembourg+or+martinique+or+mayotte+or+monaco+or+quebec+or+reunion+or+saint-martin+or+switzerland

(still missing a few more obscure locales), but

Page Not Found

It looks like I have to trim the list down to existing tags.

http://travel.stackexchange.com/feeds/tag?sort=newest&tagnames=andorra+or+belgium+or+france+or+french-guiana+or+monaco+or+quebec+or+saint-martin+or+switzerland

That's annoying: if someone asks a question about , it won't be in my feed.

Please allow non-existent tags in feed URLs, so that we can build future-proof feeds.

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Ach, sorry I didn't see Quebec... retracted. – ben is uǝq backwards Jul 14 '12 at 23:46

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