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From a quick glance over the remaining 20 questions with that tag, it looks like all or nearly all of them are using "load" to mean "CPU load." I propose that they be re-tagged to "cpu-usage" or "high-cpu-usage". Then possibly the tag "load" should be blacklisted. Or make it auto-suggest "cpu-usage" when someone types in load.


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I agree, but you only found the tip of the issue. We also have tags for german, chinese, korean, japanese, farsi, arabic, and hebrew that I found in a quick search (there's likely more). I think any language-specific tag serves no on-topic purpose. translation and localization would cover a lot of them, but there are language-related ramifications that ...


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Done. updating post history, 26 rows affected (pipe delimited) updating posts, 19 rows affected (pipe delimited) Target tag 'logitech-unifying-receiver' doesn't exist, renaming to 'unifying-receiver' rename result: 1 rows affected tag remapping of [logitech-unifying-receiver] and [unifying-receiver] complete! remapping 0 synonyms 1 favorite and ignored ...


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