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I recently had tags added to one of my questions: “Always Copy” solution content (DLLs) to executable directory root. The added tags were reviewed by four people one who rejected the new tagging and three accepted.

Personally I don't agree. The question is about the VS build process not .net nor c# (I think).

What's the correct etiquette? Should I leave the new tags there as (1) it was kind of him to take the time to try and improve my question and (2) three knowledgeable reviewers accepted the new tags, or should I delete them?

  • One of them has now been banned from review. – Ry- Sep 25 '13 at 15:13
  • I would assume that user is now auto-suspended from suggested edits considering they got 24 rejected edits in a matter of minutes. Looks like they're gonna get smacked with a big serial-upvoting-reversal in the morning, too. – LittleBobbyTables Sep 25 '13 at 15:21
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    Usually stuff needs less tags, rarely more; and as a bonus of the meta effect I've added an answer. – user7116 Sep 25 '13 at 15:26
  • all 4 reviewers are mad suspicious to me. – user221081 Sep 25 '13 at 15:50
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    Two of them have now been banned from review. – Ry- Sep 25 '13 at 17:45
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I wouldn't assume much about the reviewers being knowledgeable. At least one of them's never met a review he didn't like. If your question has nothing to do with C# or .Net, remove the tags.

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