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They're not. You can discuss a topic without posting a request for changes. As examples, see this and this topic, both of which aren't suggestions or requests. OTOH, the request and suggestion tags allow users to quickly search for topics that are about these specific and rather common issues.


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Ok, I burninated: advice,angry, attack, complete, create, custom, daily, dead, digital, dreaming, exam, exam, exists, express (least the way it is used now, i.e. inconsistently) eye, fail, failed, failing, family, career,cost, cost-benefit, cheap, eula,budget. (note that exam was listed twice here.. did you mean another tag?)


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<waves hand> I see no problem here. (but seriously should we blacklist this?)


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One of these is a verb-phrase, a process, while the other is a noun, a specific thing: Therefore, they are distinct. There may be some overlap, as the process answering-questions results in the specific thing answers, but the process is not the thing itself, merely the cumulative actions by which the thing comes about, these are different tags, have their ...


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Meta Tag Wikis are derived from Tag Wiki over at Meta.StackOverflow. You'll have to suggest edits there to have it populated here.


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Fiery enough?


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Could a ♦ please act on this? Nobody came forward in the defense of this tag in over a month We already have rather well received duplicates for this topic Perfect +9/-0 score to the burn request What more do we need?


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It doesn't really need to be implemented. The only users this affects are those with less than 300 reputation, and if they feel that their question needs a tag then they should first ask their question and apply whatever tags that are relevant and currently exist. They would then come to meta and request that their question is re-tagged with an extra tag ...


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They are both well and truly nuked now.


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