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The meta-tag, seems to be pointless for a few reasons:

  • If it is so low of a priority, is it worth asking?
  • It isn't obvious who can make the decision of its priority.
  • It may be an actual problem for someone else.
  • Does this tag add anything of substance? Would anything change without it?
  • There are only 7 questions with this tag.

Can this tag be removed?

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Hmm, is this high-priority? –  Bart Jan 16 '13 at 19:28
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@Bart I almost tagged this question as low-priority... –  Austin Henley Jan 16 '13 at 19:28
    
Does low-priority necessarily refer to the question itself? Couldn't it be about low-priority processes? –  Benjol Jan 17 '13 at 12:31

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I edited the seven questions with the tag to remove it (and make any other worthwhile changes). It will be automatically removed as an orphan in ~24 hours.

For an obvious meta-tag tag with so little use, I'm not sure anyone really needs to ask for burnination versus just editing it away themselves.

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Checking Meta for burnination is always a good idea if you think anyone might care, or there are more than a few dozen questions and people might notice. –  Charles Jan 17 '13 at 0:49

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