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How does one find which tags they created?

Is there a page where we can see the what tags were created by the taxonomists?

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You asked from a more general point of view, but very close to:… (and… etc) – Jonik Sep 16 '09 at 12:33
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This is now possible.

Simply visit the Taxonomist badge page on the sites and you'll see the list of Taxonomists as well as what tags they were marked as creating.

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This won't always work as the tag could have been added to an older question. A rare occurrence, I'll admit, but something you need to consider. – ChrisF Sep 16 '09 at 11:28
@ChrisF: That's why I said things like "There's a chance" and "far from sure". There's no way to be sure. – balpha Sep 16 '09 at 11:46
Sorry - I read the first part and skimmed the rest so I missed that bit. – ChrisF Sep 16 '09 at 11:56

IIRC you can not currently see who created what tag.

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