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I don't know if I should open a question for this or post a comment here. So, I will do both anyway. I understand what the Language agnostic tag means. But, those who don't have English as their first language might not understand it. Can we rename it to Any-Language ?

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Not the same thing. "language-agnostic" means that the programming language is irrelevant. An "any-language" tag, were it to exist, implies that the OP would welcome answers in any language the responder chooses, where "language-agnostic" implies (to me, at least) that a solution in a particular language might not even be required.

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And even then, people who don't understand the tag can mouse over it to see an extended description. – Thomas Apr 1 '13 at 3:58

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