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And some of these aren't even meta questions... I'd retag them all myself, but I don't want to fill the front page with old questions.

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    The fact is that superuser actually means something, for some of these questions. – Gnoupi Aug 1 '10 at 9:24
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Maybe go with [root] instead of [superuser] for the *nix ones, and [administrator] for the Windows ones?

I think this suggestion by Hello71 makes a lot of sense, particularly since as Hyperslug said..

Serverfault itself does not use a [superuser] tag

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Deleted all those that were Meta related.

Since there are only seven left, go ahead and retag them.

It'll be a minor flooding on the front page, but it'll be quick.

They do look like they're valid uses of the [superuser] tag though.

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    Maybe go with [root] instead of [superuser] for the *nix ones, and [administrator] for the Windows ones? – Hello71 Aug 1 '10 at 16:58
  • Tough call. It's a confusing term for our site, but superuser is a valid term for a generic administrator. It's worth noting that Serverfault itself does not use a [superuser] tag. Maybe escalate this to Washington? – hyperslug Aug 1 '10 at 17:29
  • @hyperslug: It's still only about SU, not the SE/SO engine. – Hello71 Aug 7 '10 at 14:46

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