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How can I create a new tag when I don't have the privilege to do so?
Can we please have the [foo] tag on SO?

Kinect.Toolbox is now one of the most famous and useful libraries for gesture recognition and NUI for kinect SDK. I don't have enough privilages to create a new tag in stackoverflow. I think it will be very useful to add this tag if there is someone who has enough privilages to do so.

Here is the question I posted which is related to Kinect.Toolbox but I couldn't find the tag in the existing ones. ty

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marked as duplicate by animuson, yoozer8, Pops, Toon Krijthe, Bo Persson Oct 3 '12 at 20:12

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For the best solution, If you do not have enough privileges to create a new tag, Just flag the question you want to a new tag and tell the moderator to add a new tag. Like this one:

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Look at this question which is related to this answer.

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Please don't fill the flag queue with tag requests. Instead append an additional message to the question and let the community create it for you. – animuson Oct 3 '12 at 12:30
@animuson Actually your suggestion is more preferable and faster. Any 1500+ user who read the question will surely create a tag after reading a comment or P.S. – hims056 Oct 3 '12 at 12:33


Now go provide a good wiki summary.

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@Mahsa, well you can do it, this is the link help us create – Lucifer Oct 3 '12 at 9:28

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