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I think it is nonsense to have and as different tags. They should be merged as they both correspond to the HP-UX operating system.

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Retag done.

And I've also suggested an edit for the wiki tag of to remove the reference of the old .

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Well that's all fine and good, and I just approved your wiki edit. But my concern is that the hpux tag has 22 followers, while hp-ux only has something like 14. Obviously there are people following one but not the other. That's a good reason for a merge, rather than just a manual retag. –  Cody Gray May 22 '13 at 7:28
    
Thank you! Regarding what @CodyGray, I agree, but don't really know how could it be done. –  fedorqui May 23 '13 at 12:34
    
A moderator has to do it. That's why a question was opened up here. Generally, consensus is reached by the community, then a mod will come in and do it. When that happens, it gets a status-completed tag, like this one. –  Cody Gray May 23 '13 at 12:37
    
Good, so is it a matter of waiting for a moderator to do it, @CodyGray? thanks! –  fedorqui May 24 '13 at 12:42

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