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I am noticing the tag wiki has answers for different types of scheduling:

  • Scheduled tasks (ala cron)
  • Thread scheduling
  • Activity scheduling (ala Gantt Charts)

If a tag wiki were to be made for it, what should it contain? Would it be legitimate for a tag to apply to multiple discrete things?

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Some of those can be retagged with existing variants of "schedule".
For example, for "Scheduled tasks" we already have: , , , , and !

Ideally, everything could be retagged with more specific tags -- either existing or newly created -- then could be banned or aliased into the most popular variant.

Otherwise, the wiki might be set to something like...

This tag is a catchall for questions where "Scheduling" is an important aspect, but that don't quite fit into the existing tags:

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