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An example that I want to give is that I see two similar tags that mean the same thing:

As you can see the only difference is the "s" at the end I am sure there are more examples like this.
There might be multiple approaches for solving this.

From the moderator/admin getting a monthly report on similar tags and making modifications manually or something more brilliant.

I am not sure if anyone has noticed this and if it is an issue for others but I just wanted to point it out.

Thanks

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closed as off-topic by Martijn Pieters, rene, Shadow Wizard, michaelb958, Al E. Jul 30 '14 at 1:26

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It's probably best to have one as a synonym of the other and then to manually retag the rest (there are only 6 in and 29 in currently). I don't have enough rep to suggest the tag synonym, so maybe a moderator can take care of that.

Good catch, catching these early is always best to make it less painful.

edit: is empty now and I moved everything to

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