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As I posted a question regarding Poco-libraries (http://pocoproject.org) on StackExchange today, I mistakenly tagged it 'poco' (which relates to "Plain Old CLR Object").

I suggest adding a tag for the poco C++ libraries.

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I added the Poco-Libraries tag. Hope it helps ;-). – Toon Krijthe Jun 14 '11 at 12:05
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@Gamecat: Me too, thank you. Probably it won't help on my question, but it prevents others to tag it 'poco'. – Michael Jun 14 '11 at 12:11