is a classic meta-tag. Any arguments for keeping it?

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    We have [command-line]. But what if the question is specifically about just the arguments? For example, whether they're uppercase or lowercase. Maybe we should go the other direction and have a tag [command-line-argument-capitalization]. And in case anyone wants to discuss that tag on Meta, we should have one here [command-line-argument-capitalization-tag]. Lest anyone think this is serious, :-) – fixer1234 Oct 29 '15 at 5:45
  • a command-line-arguments tag is to superuser what a programming tag would be to stackoverflow. to be consistent, either command-line-arguments should be burninated, or a programming tag should be added to stackoverflow ;) – Michael Nov 2 '15 at 21:34

Any question with a command line arguement tag ought to have a command line tag, unless it shouldn't. We could merge the tags, then pick off the questions where the tag dosen't belong as we go along

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We should go oldschool, dinobot style on this tag, and delete it from each post.

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