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Examples I found:

More difficult examples:

  1. has questions about file extensions (as ) and about assembler mov.

    + -> ?

  2. has "DO NOT USE" wiki

  3. and have different wikis. If misuses are often should be disambiguated

  4. Not extension: and , both have wiki about jQuery, but actually used for different languages(ruby/c#/powershell). Need change wiki to accept other languages or clean up to different tags

I believe more intuitive is to make tags with dot as master, but tags without dots have more questions.

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    Personally I don't like file-extension tags in general unless they're truly something important separately from the file extension. microsoft-word seems good enough for doc for example, no? Do we really get so many questions about the doc file format itself? jpeg is fine for jpg, and appropriate given the name of the standard. – Joe Jul 18 '13 at 20:33
  • @Joe, MS Word has few document types and I believe they may be different enough in programmatical generation. I don't know why we need ms-word tag in this case, through – RiaD Jul 18 '13 at 20:36
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    Ones with their "." intact are a little clearer. Would .txt pop up if someone started typing "tx[...]", though? – A.M. Jul 18 '13 at 21:57