Recently I saw this quesiton: CCMenu misplaced under iOS 7. One of its tags is .

CCMenu is a class of the cocos2d-iphone framework, so the use of this tag is fine in that question.

However, if you hover over this tag there, the description is the following;

CCMenu displays the project status of CruiseControl continuous integration servers as an item in the Mac OS X menu bar. Or in other words, CCMenu is to OS X what CCTray is to Windows.

Which is most definitely NOT referring to the cocos2d-iphone class I mentioned.

What to do in this kind of situation? The use of this tag is good, because the question is about CCMenu, but the official tag is referring to something else.

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    Then it isn't the right tag, because it's not in line with what the tag description says. It's that simple.
    – Servy
    Oct 18, 2013 at 2:58
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    @Servy: Well, that's ridiculous, because ALL questions tagged with CCMenu actually refer to cocos2d-iphone.
    – Saturn
    Oct 18, 2013 at 3:03
  • Add a for questions about Cocos2D use [other-tag-name] note to the tag description. Oct 18, 2013 at 3:30

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Couple ideas:

  1. Suggest an alternate meaning of . It'll go through the tag review process.
  2. Tag it with the tag. The description of that tag seems more in line with what you were talking about.

On that note, may I also suggest that becomes a synonym of (given that the wiki changes for CCMenu). They seem to be related.

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