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I'd like the ability to un-follow a question that's been locked in the commit phase.
This is different than being able to un-commit(unless following and committing are the same).

I don't like having to see the "followed" tag proceeding the "[locked]" phrase; its a black mark that stares me in the face all too often.

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If you're unable to unfollow, it's not unfollowable, it's un-unfollowable :). And no, following and committing are definitely not the same – Michael Mrozek Jun 17 '10 at 3:13
correct, I missed a negative. – antony.trupe Jun 17 '10 at 3:17

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