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Starting with the question counts, we have:

is clearly just a typo of , and tags are usually nouns rather than verbs, so I suggest:

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Also of note is the tag autoformatting, which may or may not be a good candidate to be merged as well. – icktoofay Sep 3 '13 at 0:43
+1 for cool arrows. (I suggest, however, that reformatting be made the primary - it just sounds better.) – michaelb958 Sep 3 '13 at 1:04
@michaelb958: I agree. I swayed the other way because reformat had more questions, but I guess it's a small number of questions either way. – icktoofay Sep 3 '13 at 1:17

I manually burninated (while fixing the other issues in the posts, of course).

I suggest going the other way though, . Tags are mainly nouns; most of our tags are like that (for example, (ugh that's also a terrible tag), , , , etc).

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I agree that making reformatting the master would be better; I swayed the other way since it had more questions, but I guess it's a small number either way. I've edited my question to reflect that. – icktoofay Sep 3 '13 at 1:15

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