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A question posted a minute ago caused me to notice that Stack Overflow has both a tag and a tag. I think they should be merged and one should be made a synonym of the other. On top of that, my opinion is that both should be made synonyms for , so that all questions will simply fall under that tag. Having all three seems kind of silly.

Edit: Disregard the latter part, I forgot 3.1 is out now and is also codenamed "Honeycomb." Making honeycomb always point to android-3.0 probably isn't the best idea.

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Android 3.1 is also codenamed "Honeycomb". – Al E. May 12 '11 at 18:55
@Al: True, I forgot 3.1 is out now. Actually, that kind of makes me feel like [honeycomb] could turn into a somewhat confusing tag in the near future, since there are some changes to the SDK platform between 3.0 and 3.1... – eldarerathis May 12 '11 at 19:09

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