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If you flag a question as very low quality, an edit to the question results in the flag entering the "disputed" state. The rationale behind this is quite clear: you marked the question non-salvageable, yet someone tried to salvage it.

Should the same logic apply to tag-only edits? More precisely, should re-tagging a question count as an attempt to salvage it?

Here is the question that I have in mind; it had been closed for three hours at the time the tag-only edit has been applied.

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Why would someone flag that as very low quality? It should be deleted because it's off-topic, but it's certainly not a low quality question, per say. –  animuson Nov 16 '12 at 20:04
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Hmm, I could have sworn that I also submitted a delete vote when I nuked those new tags. Tag edits totally shouldn't dispute or clear moderator flags, IMO... –  Charles Nov 16 '12 at 21:11

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