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I've suggested a synonym, but [downvoting] seems the better tag. Could [down-votes] be merged into [downvoting]?

Currently:

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Ok, done, and I merged all approved synonyms on meta while I was in there.

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Would make sense to do [up-votes] and [upvoting] as well for consistency? – ChrisF Oct 20 '10 at 20:42
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I believe you did the inverse of what I was asking: [downvoting] is now a synonym of [down-votes] rather than being the "preferred" tag? I'm probably worrying too much about a subjective, small (in the grand scheme) issue, but that wasn't obvious from your answer. – Gnome Oct 20 '10 at 20:49
    
@Gnome I'm unsure how Atwood's system works, Gnome, but in most systems the primary tag, or current preferred tag, is fixed until. For data-consistency purposes. So adding a synonym to the tag down-votes was the solution that probable cost less time. – JustinKaz Apr 22 '11 at 17:35

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