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Here is a list I've compiled of Meta-tags that could be burninated:

For these I was going with this ref

Update: I'll remove from my requests given the comments and the fact that I had never scrolled down on the maintenance page... Meta-means-murder. Check. Ok. Got that now.

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note - I reallly wanted to create a burninate-request tag... – M. Tibbits Jul 6 '11 at 5:47
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meme tags should be preserved lest Meta lose its slightly irreverent air. – Won't Jul 6 '11 at 11:29
    
Shouldn't close-votes just be a synonym for vote-to-close, so it helps guide users who might use it? – NickC Jul 7 '11 at 5:02
    
The way it was used was to imply how many close votes one had -- I.e. 'Count' of vote-to-close which is why I didn't suggest it as a synonym, but I'd say either way works for me. – M. Tibbits Jul 7 '11 at 5:23
    
@M. Tibbits: I had previously created a burnination-request tag, and that got ... burninated. – Andrew Grimm Jul 7 '11 at 6:42
    
Feel free to add this tag to your post. I'm a fan. If you'd prefer burnination-request instead of burninate-request that would be fine with me, I didn't add the tag to my post someone else did. – M. Tibbits Jul 7 '11 at 6:46
up vote 9 down vote accepted

Oy!

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must...resist...upvote... – tombull89 Jul 6 '11 at 7:53

I think the tag is probably a good tag, that just hasn't been applied to the questions it needs to yet.

For you'll need to get permission from Rebecca Chernoff.

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lol @ needing to get permission from me – Rebecca Chernoff Jul 7 '11 at 4:46

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