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If you go to http://stackoverflow.com/tags/ruby/info and http://stackoverflow.com/tags/ruby/hot , you get a list of hot answers, not hot questions. Why does it do this?

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http://stackoverflow.com/tags/ruby/info includes several tabs that show questions:

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Your second link comes from the side bar:

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So, basically... it's just another view, showing answers on purpose because why not? Answers deserve some love too.

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