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There seems to be considerable support for taking on this tag (+8/-0), which is "high", for questions about tagging).

This answer intends to poll the specific approach I suggested.

Concretely, I suggest to:


$^\dagger$: Martin Sleziak suggested in the Tagging chatroom.

There seems to be considerable support for taking on this tag (+8/-0, which is "high", for questions about tagging).

This answer intends to poll the specific approach I suggested.

Concretely, I suggest to:


$^\dagger$: Martin Sleziak suggested in the Tagging chatroom.

There seems to be considerable support for taking on this tag (+8/-0), which is "high", for questions about tagging).

This answer intends to poll the specific approach I suggested.

Concretely, I suggest to:


$^\dagger$: Martin Sleziak suggested in the Tagging chatroom.

4 adapt to zyx's proposal, which on second thought is indeed more appropriate
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There seems to be considerable support for taking on this tag (+8/-0, which is "high", for questions about tagging).

This answer intends to poll the specific approach I suggested.

Concretely, I suggest to:


$^\dagger$: Martin Sleziak suggested in the Tagging chatroom.

There seems to be considerable support for taking on this tag (+8/-0, which is "high", for questions about tagging).

This answer intends to poll the specific approach I suggested.

Concretely, I suggest to:


$^\dagger$: Martin Sleziak suggested in the Tagging chatroom.

There seems to be considerable support for taking on this tag (+8/-0, which is "high", for questions about tagging).

This answer intends to poll the specific approach I suggested.

Concretely, I suggest to:


$^\dagger$: Martin Sleziak suggested in the Tagging chatroom.

3 added 179 characters in body
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There seems to be considerable support for taking on this tag (+8/-0, which is "high", for questions about tagging).

This answer intends to poll the specific approach I suggested.

Concretely, I suggest to:


$^\dagger$: Martin Sleziak suggested in the Tagging chatroom.

There seems to be considerable support for taking on this tag (+8/-0, which is "high", for questions about tagging).

This answer intends to poll the specific approach I suggested.

Concretely, I suggest to:

There seems to be considerable support for taking on this tag (+8/-0, which is "high", for questions about tagging).

This answer intends to poll the specific approach I suggested.

Concretely, I suggest to:


$^\dagger$: Martin Sleziak suggested in the Tagging chatroom.

2 added 25 characters in body
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