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I'm answering questions on SO tagged , as in Session Initiation Protocol. I just saw a question tagged SIP as in the name of a python native library binding tool.

It's completely tolerable, I'm just interested in what should be done in this situation.

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Thanks for the cleanup, I'm new on meta :-) – Szocske Jul 9 '11 at 20:13

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has already a wiki page that makes clear for what the tag should be used.

The Session Initiation Protocol, defined in RFC 3261, is an application layer signalling protocol for establishing and modifying long-running relationships between two or more peers.

If there are enough questions about the Python tool, then such questions should be tagged , or with a similar tag, and a wiki should be added to the tag to be sure it is not understood to be used for the Python implementation of the SIP protocol.

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Thanks, sounds reasonable to me! I'll check back later and accept if no counterarguments are raised. – Szocske Jul 9 '11 at 20:25

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