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While looking for the great old question that lists good podcasts I saw several questions tagged with the podcast tag that have (as far as I can tell) nothing to do with podcasts.

Have you ever restricted yourself to using a subset of language features?

Large switch statements bad OOP?

Is there some meaning to the tag which I'm missing, or are these questions simply mistagged?

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closed as off-topic by CRABOLO, Infinite Recursion, Braiam, rene, Aziz Shaikh Jan 8 '15 at 9:54

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It's possible that those topics were discussed on the Stack Overflow podcast. If that's the case, then the tag probably seemed relevant at the time, but the connection has since faded.

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