multi. Used to signify multithreading, multi-domain, multimodule, multitouch, multiple keys, and multi-who-knows-what-else (often just general "more than one of anything"). In some of the cases, there are more appropriate tags which should be used (and which generally are being used in conjunction with it), and most of the rest of the time I think it's just not appropriate.
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Agreed, it is now burninated.
Ok. Retag requests abound. @Cody's right, but I'd prefer not to bump 127 questions. So:
I did the following by hand
multi + multithreading => multithreading(15/127) multi + touch => multitouch(6/127) multi + dimensional => multidimensional (3/127)<-- * Feel free to add more!
And how about a few synonym requests to go along with that?
- multi-touch (82 ?s) as a synonym of multitouch (257 ?s)
- multi-dimensional (28 ?s) as a synonym of multidimensional (172 ?s)
as for the rest, I'm not sure if the remaining questions will really lose anything by dropping the multi.
Update: There are also some questions which should be multiuser.