seems quite meta - no useful description, and no consistency, and it will not help experts in "positioning" find questions, in my opinion. I vote to fire it

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    I am unsure of my position on this issue... – Michael Frank Mar 3 '15 at 2:21
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    For most of the tagged questions, [position] doesn't add value. A few might benefit from replacing the tag with [layout]. – fixer1234 Mar 3 '15 at 3:29
  • @Flyk Please do not start cleaning up a tag until the tag cleanup request post has been marked as [status-planned] by a moderator. For more info on the tag cleanup process see meta.superuser.com/questions/8123/a-new-way-to-clean-up-tags – Excellll Mar 6 '15 at 22:31
  • @Excellll sometimes, the issue is so obvious that you don't have to wait for a moderator (or even write a meta post about it) – Braiam Mar 8 '15 at 16:28


Tag removed from all questions.

Several questions asked about window positions. For these questions, I used in place of , which isn't very meaningful as it fails to specify any particular topic and is therefore a meta-tag.

Action taken on strong community consensus, as indicated by the question score. Waiting for moderator approval in cases like these, where the question has a high score (>= 15) and no downvotes or objecting answers, is IMO nothing more than red tape.

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