7 replaced http://stackoverflow.com/ with https://stackoverflow.com/
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Tags are not hierarchical. You can set up wildcard searches to produce questions across similar tags... But this is more useful as a way to search/watch questions in related tags: making wildcards necessary to find all questions that fall in the domain of a single tag defeats the purpose of having that tag.

But set ops work just fine for limiting yourself to a subset of questions in a given tag: want all XPath questions that involve Java? No problem!No problem! Hate Java? And C#? Loathe PHP and despise JavaScript? Hey, you can exclude those just as easily!Hey, you can exclude those just as easily!

What you can't do is remove a relevant tag from all the questions you don't want to see. If you see this happening again, flag for moderator attention.

Tags are not hierarchical. You can set up wildcard searches to produce questions across similar tags... But this is more useful as a way to search/watch questions in related tags: making wildcards necessary to find all questions that fall in the domain of a single tag defeats the purpose of having that tag.

But set ops work just fine for limiting yourself to a subset of questions in a given tag: want all XPath questions that involve Java? No problem! Hate Java? And C#? Loathe PHP and despise JavaScript? Hey, you can exclude those just as easily!

What you can't do is remove a relevant tag from all the questions you don't want to see. If you see this happening again, flag for moderator attention.

Tags are not hierarchical. You can set up wildcard searches to produce questions across similar tags... But this is more useful as a way to search/watch questions in related tags: making wildcards necessary to find all questions that fall in the domain of a single tag defeats the purpose of having that tag.

But set ops work just fine for limiting yourself to a subset of questions in a given tag: want all XPath questions that involve Java? No problem! Hate Java? And C#? Loathe PHP and despise JavaScript? Hey, you can exclude those just as easily!

What you can't do is remove a relevant tag from all the questions you don't want to see. If you see this happening again, flag for moderator attention.

6 replaced http://meta.stackexchange.com/ with https://meta.stackexchange.com/
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Tags are not hierarchicalTags are not hierarchical. You can set up wildcard searches to produce questions across similar tags... But this is more useful as a way to search/watch questions in related tags: making wildcards necessary to find all questions that fall in the domain of a single tag defeats the purpose of having that tag.

But set ops work just fine for limiting yourself to a subset of questions in a given tag: want all XPath questions that involve Java? No problem! Hate Java? And C#? Loathe PHP and despise JavaScript? Hey, you can exclude those just as easily!

What you can't do is remove a relevant tag from all the questions you don't want to see. If you see this happening again, flag for moderator attention.

Tags are not hierarchical. You can set up wildcard searches to produce questions across similar tags... But this is more useful as a way to search/watch questions in related tags: making wildcards necessary to find all questions that fall in the domain of a single tag defeats the purpose of having that tag.

But set ops work just fine for limiting yourself to a subset of questions in a given tag: want all XPath questions that involve Java? No problem! Hate Java? And C#? Loathe PHP and despise JavaScript? Hey, you can exclude those just as easily!

What you can't do is remove a relevant tag from all the questions you don't want to see. If you see this happening again, flag for moderator attention.

Tags are not hierarchical. You can set up wildcard searches to produce questions across similar tags... But this is more useful as a way to search/watch questions in related tags: making wildcards necessary to find all questions that fall in the domain of a single tag defeats the purpose of having that tag.

But set ops work just fine for limiting yourself to a subset of questions in a given tag: want all XPath questions that involve Java? No problem! Hate Java? And C#? Loathe PHP and despise JavaScript? Hey, you can exclude those just as easily!

What you can't do is remove a relevant tag from all the questions you don't want to see. If you see this happening again, flag for moderator attention.

5 Fixup of bad MSO links to MSE links migration
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