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Not every proposed change is a new feature. I suggest that on meta, we also allow the tag change-request as one of the required tags when someone proposes a change to an already existing feature.

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The difference in the two is insignificant enough in context of posting something here on meta that I don't think there's a need for both tags.

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+1, though I'd go further: I don't even think there is a difference at all. – balpha Aug 22 '09 at 19:27

If the tag was "new-feature" I would agree, but the current tag is "feature-request". That could be assumed to mean either a new feature or a change to a current feature.

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