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Are the (9 questions) and (5 questions) tags synonyms, good candidates for a merge, or separate subjects? Based on the wiki descriptions, I think they're the same. I can retag the questions since they are not that many, but any preferences as to which tag should be kept?

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On their web site, the compiler is called CHICKEN, although the page is titled "CHICKEN Scheme." I think that should not cause any misunderstanding, considering that the tag is used on Stack Overflow.

Considering there are 5 questions tagged , and 6 questions tagged , I would think is preferable.

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Too late. I already merged chicken --> chicken-scheme, since it was... erm, more specific. – Robert Harvey Jul 25 '12 at 16:00

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