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Questions tagged [tag-synonyms]

Regarding the creation or alteration of synonyms for tags.

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Can we add ibm-pcjr and tandy-pc tags?

Could we add the following tags? Either as parent tags or synonyms: ibm-pcjr (or, would ibm-pc-jr be better?) tandy-pc
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Should the Famicom and NES tags be synonyms?

I noticed that we have a nes tag but do not have a famicom tag. I recently asked a Famicom question (What is the Famicom "Pulse Line" of games? How many games are part of this line?) and ...
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Should the ti99 tag be changed to ti-99?

For consistency, I think the ti99 tag should be changed to ti-99 and ti99 should be a synonym for it. What do you think? When you look at other tags, you see a trend of "computer-model". Such as ...
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sega-genesis and sega-mega-drive should be tag synonyms

I recently created the sega-genesis tag for this question. As per Robotnik's comment, I think a sega-mega-drive tag should also be created and made a synonym of sega-genesis.
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Restoration and maintenance?

Related to my previous question on this subject, it seems we have another synonym of cleaning and maintenance: restoration. These tags are evidently being used for the same thing: the most recent ...
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Which is better: [intel-8080] or [8080]? Do we need both?

I noticed that we have two very similar tags: intel-8080 and 8080. They are tagged on all the same questions (3 total by the same author, see Are my questions about the 8080 family of processors and ...
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Cleaning and maintenance?

The cleaning and maintenance tags are both used for cleaning, and both used for maintenance. It seems the only reason for this is that the site doesn't know they are similar, and doesn't suggest them. ...
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Sigh… we already have [c64] and [commodore-64]

How do we ensure that the initial "land-grab" of tags goes smoothly without introducing redundant tags?