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Recently I stumbled upon and found out it has ambiguous meaning.
Is it possible to create unambiguous tags instead?

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closed as off-topic by CRABOLO, gnat, ben is uǝq backwards, Martijn Pieters, psubsee2003 Jan 2 '15 at 1:42

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Given that splitting it up would seem to result in tags with just a single question, I wonder if it's needed at all. – Bart Mar 7 '13 at 10:25
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There seems to be two question here and here that's actually a valid use for that tag.

Actually scratch that, there's another valid use, but on a different topic (but it's closed).

It seems that SILO refers to two things: A third party scientific I/O library and an SEO pattern.

On that basis, I'd say that it probably should be expanded to refer to the I/O library, whilst the other question to be de-tagged as SILO (question maybe even deleted as it's already closed).

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I removed the tag from the one where it was obviously misused; I'll leave rewriting the tag wiki to cover only the mesh library to someone who's actually familiar with it, if that's the consensus. – Wooble Mar 7 '13 at 11:33

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