Please remove the [c++11] tag synonym
There had been several related discussions here around the question whether the
c++0x tag should become a synonym of the
c++11 tag. The way I interpreted the results (and the discussions of the same topic in the C++ chat room) it was mostly agreed upon to wait until C++11 is official. (I disagree with that, BTW, but that's irrelevant here.)
Now someone made the
c++11 tag a synonym of the
c++0x tag. (Note: That's the opposite.) Of course, that's stupid, because 5 years from now nobody will be speaking about "C++0x" anymore. It seems the C++ chat room opinions are pretty alike here. (Not surprisingly. How many of you are still discussing "Longhorn"?) Also, the "culprit" admitted that the effect intended was the exact opposite of what he proposed and people voted for.1
So, the synonyms as they are setup now are wrong, they should be the other way around, and I think many wanted to wait with setting up synonyms until C++ is officially released.
Can we please revert this?
1 There's a real usability problem in this. It seems "synonyms" are usually assumed to be mutually interchangeable. However, here on SO they are directed. The discussions in the C++ chat room about that revealed that just about everyone who got in touch with the concept first got confused about that.