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for questions about how tags work, the features of tagging, and what are the most appropriate tags for a question. To request a tag change, use retag-request.
For questions as to whether a particular subject is on-topic for the main site. Use in conjunction with the discussion tag
Regarding the creation or alteration of synonyms for tags.
Regarding promotion of the Retrocomputing StackExchange site.
For general questions and discussion about the questions on this site.
For questions concerning the Retrocomputing Blog. See questions on this tag for details.
For questions and discussion regarding the use of a specific tag rather than tags in general.
for requests to replace one tag with another existing tag. It also applies to requests that one tag should be merged into another, or simply abandoned.
For questions and discussion regarding the use of hyperlinks on the Retrocomputing site.
Regarding answers and answering.
a flag that can be applied to posts which lowers the rep threshold for editing and prevents any reputation change from voting.
For discussion of topics related to gaming consoles.
For questions about the review queues
For questions regarding a specific edit of a post on the Retrocomputing site.
For questions and discussion regarding the annual StackExchange Winterbash.
Regarding the Hats issued during Winterbash.
For questions regarding suggesting edits to posts
For questions and discussion regarding the badge progress tracker on the profile page.
Regarding answers that have been deleted from the Retrocomputing site.
For questions and discusstion regarding the moderation tools available to users with a reputation of 10,000 (2,000 on Beta site) or higher.
For questions and discussion regarding the badges awarded for prowess in a specific tag.
An online social networking service that enables users to send and read short 140-character messages called "tweets".