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Not an answer (yet), just part of a discussion. The same idea probably applies to Raspbian as the major OS on the Pi. Unfortunately this is how questions are tagged in reality.

raspbian × 4934
raspbian-lite × 24
raspbian-stretch × 23
raspbian-jessie × 3

If implementing different tags for different types of Ubuntu key would be to transport that to the user base and have new (and preferably a large part of the old) questions properly tagged.

One other thing: I wonder how it would work out for those users that either follow or search for the generic tag if the specific sub-tags exist. We certainly would not want questions to be tagged both and . It must be a common issue on SO maybe we check first.

Not an answer (yet), just part of a discussion. The same idea probably applies to Raspbian as the major OS on the Pi. Unfortunately this is how questions are tagged in reality.

raspbian × 4934
raspbian-lite × 24
raspbian-stretch × 23
raspbian-jessie × 3

If implementing different tags for different types of Ubuntu key would be to transport that to the user base and have new (and preferably a large part of the old) questions properly tagged.

Not an answer (yet), just part of a discussion. The same idea probably applies to Raspbian as the major OS on the Pi. Unfortunately this is how questions are tagged in reality.

raspbian × 4934
raspbian-lite × 24
raspbian-stretch × 23
raspbian-jessie × 3

If implementing different tags for different types of Ubuntu key would be to transport that to the user base and have new (and preferably a large part of the old) questions properly tagged.

One other thing: I wonder how it would work out for those users that either follow or search for the generic tag if the specific sub-tags exist. We certainly would not want questions to be tagged both and . It must be a common issue on SO maybe we check first.

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Not an answer (yet), just part of a discussion. The same idea probably applies to Raspbian as the major OS on the Pi. Unfortunately this is how questions are tagged in reality.

raspbian × 4934
raspbian-lite × 24
raspbian-stretch × 23
raspbian-jessie × 3

If implementing different tags for different types of Ubuntu key would be to transport that to the user base and have new (and preferably a large part of the old) questions properly tagged.