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Wondering if it makes sense to others to attach the language of a given framework when the framework is used as a tag, for instance, jquery, you can't have jquery that doesn't involve javascript.

Might not be true to the definition of a "synonym", but wouldn't it make sense that questions tagged jquery, would also benifit from a javascript tag?

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I would suggest tagging as both (meaning they are not synonyms). Removing the framework tag doesn't help much if the question is specific to the framework (eg: How do I use the .flop() method on foo). Adding the language tag does help open the question up to more people, so I would suggest doing that (and that's indeed what I've been doing)...

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