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Why can’t we use the word “problem” in titles?

Editing the question "_Problem Loading Widget" message I have met a problem. I couldn't save the edition after adding two tags. The reason is that the title of the question contains the word "Problem". And it should contain it, because the theme of the question is the Android message “Problem Loading Widget”. Trying to save the question I got the SO message:

please do not use these words in titles: 'Problem'. See Writing Good Titles

Changing the original word for something else strongly worsen the chance of correct finding it by search engines. I think, that the correct citation of an error message should belong to the rules of "Writing Good Titles"

I think that at least, the prohibition should exclude the cases when the prohibited words are put in the quotes, as a citation.

Just now I beg for somebody in power to edit _Problem" that I temporarily put there into "Problem", that must be there.

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It is not a duplicate of the propositions, mentioned in comments, because
I think, that the problem is not only in the "problem" :-) Any word could be contained in some specific message in some IDE or framefork or language and so on. And the appropriate message should be cited correctly. And the decision, proposed by me is different than removing filter for some words.

marked as duplicate by gnat, Andrew Barber, ChrisF, juan, Bill the Lizard Dec 12 '12 at 15:01

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  • related: Remove blacklist filter for problem (which is status-declined, btw) – AakashM Dec 12 '12 at 14:35
  • I think, that the problem is not only in the "problem" :-) Any word could be contained in some specific message in some IDE or framefork or language and so on. And the appropriate message should be cited correctly. And the decision, proposed by me is different than removing filter for some words. – Gangnus Dec 12 '12 at 14:36
  • Asking for the filter to be removed for words in "quotes" is pretty much the same as asking for the filter to be removed entirely (can you see why?) – AakashM Dec 12 '12 at 14:43
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    @AakashM By that logic, we might as well remove the filter entirely, since it's already removed for words prefixed with an underscore. – Esoteric Screen Name Dec 12 '12 at 14:48
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    @EsotericScreenName: Amen to removing the filter entirely. – Matt Dec 12 '12 at 14:51
  • @EsotericScreenName +1. And using underscore worsen the visibility in search engines, unlike quotes! – Gangnus Dec 12 '12 at 15:00
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    @EsotericScreenName not disagreeing with that assertion! just pointing out that that's effectively what's being proposed here. – AakashM Dec 12 '12 at 15:12
  • Dear elders! If you have closed the question about the problem, you hadn't closed the problem itself. Please, correct the title of the question. – Gangnus Dec 12 '12 at 15:27
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    in this case the error is just as terrible as all the bad question titles we're trying to prevent. Kind of a special case, really. – Jeff Atwood Dec 13 '12 at 5:44
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    @JeffAtwood Please, whose error do you mean? What was my error? And how can I correct the title of the mentioned question? – Gangnus Dec 14 '12 at 8:43