This is a strange situation on someone's question that I answered. I couldn't find a similar question on Meta.
The question was tagged "C#" because it was asking about how do something in Cache Object Script that you can also do in C#, and gave some C# code to illustrate. It was tagged "intersystems-cache" as well, and specifically asked how to write the code in Cache (which is admittedly an abysmally stupid and confusing name for a language, but the OP isn't responsible for that).
The question (predictably I suppose) got a few downvotes because it appeared to some people as a deeply confused question about C#, even though there was enough information in the question to figure out that it was not, so in all probability the downvotes were a mistake.
My main concern is that perfectly valid questions (including this one) about the "Cache" language will get deleted due to downvoting by C# programmers that misunderstand the questions, since C# developers probably outnumber Cache developers at least 100 to 1 in the world at large, and at least 1000 to 1 on this site.
Is there anything that can be done about this?