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(Going based on this post suggesting separate threads per instance of ambiguous/multiple-meaning tags).

Questions related to the Brackets code editor seem to use one of two different tags: or . The "brackets" tag's description is all about Brackets, the editor, but most questions tagged are actually about the programming punctuation character. So "adobe-brackets" seems like a more correct choice -- except that the maintainers usually ask people to omit "Adobe" from the name.

Here's my proposal:

So, my questions:

  1. Is that the best way to clean this up?
  2. Being relatively new here... how would I go about doing so? Do I just make a series of proposed edits and hope they're all consistently approved by the peer reviewers?
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> Rename adobe-brackets to brackets-editor sounds good – tomByrer Nov 12 '14 at 20:53

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