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Err, why does it say ... (voting bug) under the Tags input, on the Ask a Question page?

(voting bug) on the tags page

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closed as off topic by Jeff Atwood Jul 11 '09 at 5:41

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As Marc Gravell said, they are examples...

Maybe it should say it should explicitly say it is an example like (eg: voting bugs) just to be clear.

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And perhaps (as per…) it should include something about the dashed-tags ;-p – Marc Gravell Jul 10 '09 at 23:12
I agree. It should definitely have at least an example of a dashed tag. – DeadHead Jul 10 '09 at 23:17
"As stated" - it does mention they are examples anywhere, but your second paragraph is right - it should be! – dbr Jul 10 '09 at 23:20
Oh, I meant as stated by Marc Gravell. – DeadHead Jul 10 '09 at 23:39

It looks like it selects a few at random (or has been hard-coded with appropriate examples); on SO it is python c# ruby, and on SF secure ssh raid.

On MSO, we've been talking about voting and bugs, apparently ;-p

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Err.. That makes sense, I don't think I ever noticed the example tags before - I only really read the message because of… and when I did "voting bug" seemed utterly random.. – dbr Jul 10 '09 at 23:18
It does sound like an error message that has made it to the UI, doesn't it ;-p – Marc Gravell Jul 10 '09 at 23:29

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