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From what I've seen, not many tag-related questions get an answer from moderators or devs that could be taken as "official" SO policy.

There are retagging tools available to moderatorsretagging tools available to moderators but I've seen several questions were the has been no bulk-action taken. Sometimes because a clean-up is seen as the first step. Other times because I suppose there are bigger issues than some out-of-place tags.

If there is enough consensus then I would not think twice about taking over and modifying a tag. Only polite consideration I've taken is to not retag too many question manually in a short period of time because that will send them to the homepage and might clutter the regular flow of new questions.

Also, if you're going to edit questions because of their tags, don't miss the opportunity to improve other things and even to vote to close when appropiate.


In the particular case of I'd think there is enough consensus about and somebody already created it. Retagging + questions to is not a trivial work but is not that big.

From what I've seen, not many tag-related questions get an answer from moderators or devs that could be taken as "official" SO policy.

There are retagging tools available to moderators but I've seen several questions were the has been no bulk-action taken. Sometimes because a clean-up is seen as the first step. Other times because I suppose there are bigger issues than some out-of-place tags.

If there is enough consensus then I would not think twice about taking over and modifying a tag. Only polite consideration I've taken is to not retag too many question manually in a short period of time because that will send them to the homepage and might clutter the regular flow of new questions.

Also, if you're going to edit questions because of their tags, don't miss the opportunity to improve other things and even to vote to close when appropiate.


In the particular case of I'd think there is enough consensus about and somebody already created it. Retagging + questions to is not a trivial work but is not that big.

From what I've seen, not many tag-related questions get an answer from moderators or devs that could be taken as "official" SO policy.

There are retagging tools available to moderators but I've seen several questions were the has been no bulk-action taken. Sometimes because a clean-up is seen as the first step. Other times because I suppose there are bigger issues than some out-of-place tags.

If there is enough consensus then I would not think twice about taking over and modifying a tag. Only polite consideration I've taken is to not retag too many question manually in a short period of time because that will send them to the homepage and might clutter the regular flow of new questions.

Also, if you're going to edit questions because of their tags, don't miss the opportunity to improve other things and even to vote to close when appropiate.


In the particular case of I'd think there is enough consensus about and somebody already created it. Retagging + questions to is not a trivial work but is not that big.

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From what I've seen, not many tag-related questions get an answer from moderators or devs that could be taken as "official" SO policy.

There are retagging tools available to moderators but I've seen several questions were the has been no bulk-action taken. Sometimes because a clean-up is seen as the first step. Other times because I suppose there are bigger issues than some out-of-place tags.

If there is enough consensus then I would not think twice about taking over and modifying a tag. Only polite consideration I've taken is to not retag too many question manually in ahorta short period of time because that will send them to the homepage and might clutter the regular flow of new questions.

Also, if you're going to edit questions because of their tags, don't miss the opportunity to improve other things and even to vote to close when appropiate.


In the particular case of I'd think there is enough consensus about and somebody already created it. Retagging + questions to is not a trivial work but is not that big.

From what I've seen, not many tag-related questions get an answer from moderators or devs that could be taken as "official" SO policy.

There are retagging tools available to moderators but I've seen several questions were the has been no bulk-action taken. Sometimes because a clean-up is seen as the first step. Other times because I suppose there are bigger issues than some out-of-place tags.

If there is enough consensus then I would not think twice about taking over and modifying a tag. Only polite consideration I've taken is to not retag too many question manually in ahort period of time because that will send them to the homepage and might clutter the regular flow of new questions.

Also, if you're going to edit questions because of their tags, don't miss the opportunity to improve other things and even to vote to close when appropiate.


In the particular case of I'd think there is enough consensus about and somebody already created it. Retagging + questions to is not a trivial work but is not that big.

From what I've seen, not many tag-related questions get an answer from moderators or devs that could be taken as "official" SO policy.

There are retagging tools available to moderators but I've seen several questions were the has been no bulk-action taken. Sometimes because a clean-up is seen as the first step. Other times because I suppose there are bigger issues than some out-of-place tags.

If there is enough consensus then I would not think twice about taking over and modifying a tag. Only polite consideration I've taken is to not retag too many question manually in a short period of time because that will send them to the homepage and might clutter the regular flow of new questions.

Also, if you're going to edit questions because of their tags, don't miss the opportunity to improve other things and even to vote to close when appropiate.


In the particular case of I'd think there is enough consensus about and somebody already created it. Retagging + questions to is not a trivial work but is not that big.

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From what I've seen, not many tag-related questions get an answer from moderators or devs that could be taken as "official" SO policy.

There are retagging tools available to moderatorsretagging tools available to moderators but I've seen several questions were the has been no bulk-action taken. Sometimes because a clean-up is seen as the first step. Other times because I suppose there are bigger issues than some out-of-place tags.

If there is enough consensus then I would not think twice about taking over and modifying a tag. Only polite consideration I've taken is to not retag too many question manually in ahort period of time because that will send them to the homepage and might clutter the regular flow of new questions.

Also, if you're going to edit questions because of their tags, don't miss the opportunity to improve other things and even to vote to close when appropiate.


In the particular case of I'd think there is enough consensus about and somebody already created it. Retagging + questions to is not a trivial work but is not that big.

From what I've seen, not many tag-related questions get an answer from moderators or devs that could be taken as "official" SO policy.

There are retagging tools available to moderators but I've seen several questions were the has been no bulk-action taken. Sometimes because a clean-up is seen as the first step. Other times because I suppose there are bigger issues than some out-of-place tags.

If there is enough consensus then I would not think twice about taking over and modifying a tag. Only polite consideration I've taken is to not retag too many question manually in ahort period of time because that will send them to the homepage and might clutter the regular flow of new questions.

Also, if you're going to edit questions because of their tags, don't miss the opportunity to improve other things and even to vote to close when appropiate.


In the particular case of I'd think there is enough consensus about and somebody already created it. Retagging + questions to is not a trivial work but is not that big.

From what I've seen, not many tag-related questions get an answer from moderators or devs that could be taken as "official" SO policy.

There are retagging tools available to moderators but I've seen several questions were the has been no bulk-action taken. Sometimes because a clean-up is seen as the first step. Other times because I suppose there are bigger issues than some out-of-place tags.

If there is enough consensus then I would not think twice about taking over and modifying a tag. Only polite consideration I've taken is to not retag too many question manually in ahort period of time because that will send them to the homepage and might clutter the regular flow of new questions.

Also, if you're going to edit questions because of their tags, don't miss the opportunity to improve other things and even to vote to close when appropiate.


In the particular case of I'd think there is enough consensus about and somebody already created it. Retagging + questions to is not a trivial work but is not that big.

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