4 replaced http://meta.stackexchange.com/ with https://meta.stackexchange.com/
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We have a new policy for sponsored tags: We're only allowing them from the trademark holder of the tag. The idea is, when we put an Android logo next to Android, or an Adobe logo next to Flex, people think it's cool. When we put a SmootzySoftware logo next to tags like "performance" people get somewhat… irked.

Should tags that represent concepts be sponsorable?Should tags that represent concepts be sponsorable?

We have a new policy for sponsored tags: We're only allowing them from the trademark holder of the tag. The idea is, when we put an Android logo next to Android, or an Adobe logo next to Flex, people think it's cool. When we put a SmootzySoftware logo next to tags like "performance" people get somewhat… irked.

Should tags that represent concepts be sponsorable?

We have a new policy for sponsored tags: We're only allowing them from the trademark holder of the tag. The idea is, when we put an Android logo next to Android, or an Adobe logo next to Flex, people think it's cool. When we put a SmootzySoftware logo next to tags like "performance" people get somewhat… irked.

Should tags that represent concepts be sponsorable?

3 Fixup of bad MSO links to MSE links migration
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We have a new policy for sponsored tags: We're only allowing them from the trademark holder of the tag. The idea is, when we put an Android logo next to Android, or an Adobe logo next to Flex, people think it's cool. When we put a SmootzySoftware logo next to tags like "performance" people get somewhat… irked.

Should tags that represent concepts be sponsorable?

We have a new policy for sponsored tags: We're only allowing them from the trademark holder of the tag. The idea is, when we put an Android logo next to Android, or an Adobe logo next to Flex, people think it's cool. When we put a SmootzySoftware logo next to tags like "performance" people get somewhat… irked.

Should tags that represent concepts be sponsorable?

We have a new policy for sponsored tags: We're only allowing them from the trademark holder of the tag. The idea is, when we put an Android logo next to Android, or an Adobe logo next to Flex, people think it's cool. When we put a SmootzySoftware logo next to tags like "performance" people get somewhat… irked.

Should tags that represent concepts be sponsorable?

2 Migration of MSO links to MSE links
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We have a new policy for sponsored tags: We're only allowing them from the trademark holder of the tag. The idea is, when we put an Android logo next to Android, or an Adobe logo next to Flex, people think it's cool. When we put a SmootzySoftware logo next to tags like "performance" people get somewhat… irked.

Should tags that represent concepts be sponsorable?Should tags that represent concepts be sponsorable?

We have a new policy for sponsored tags: We're only allowing them from the trademark holder of the tag. The idea is, when we put an Android logo next to Android, or an Adobe logo next to Flex, people think it's cool. When we put a SmootzySoftware logo next to tags like "performance" people get somewhat… irked.

Should tags that represent concepts be sponsorable?

We have a new policy for sponsored tags: We're only allowing them from the trademark holder of the tag. The idea is, when we put an Android logo next to Android, or an Adobe logo next to Flex, people think it's cool. When we put a SmootzySoftware logo next to tags like "performance" people get somewhat… irked.

Should tags that represent concepts be sponsorable?

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