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Going on the do not repeat yourself principle, I say yes (get rid of them).

First of all, the "debian"Obviously in your image, the one you reference isn't really needed is repeated, so what's the point in having it in the title, it just helps answerers solve? The title should give details about the problemquestion, not say what OS you're using or whatever.

SecondlyAlso, sometimes SE gives one of the tags before the question name in the title of the page (as in title that appears in the browser bar, title you set like <title></title> in html). On the question you link is appearing in the title, (for me), like this:

boot - Auto-start X-windows / gdm on the standard Debian build - Raspberry Pi Beta - Stack Exchange.

I say yes (get rid of them).

First of all, the "debian" in the one you reference isn't really needed in the title, it just helps answerers solve the problem.

Secondly, sometimes SE gives one of the tags before the question name in the title of the page (as in title that appears in the browser bar, title you set like <title></title> in html). On the question you link is appearing in the title, (for me), like this:

boot - Auto-start X-windows / gdm on the standard Debian build - Raspberry Pi Beta - Stack Exchange.

Going on the do not repeat yourself principle, I say yes (get rid of them).

Obviously in your image, the is repeated, so what's the point in having it in the title? The title should give details about the question, not say what OS you're using or whatever.

Also, SE gives one of the tags before the question name in the title of the page (as in title that appears in the browser bar, title you set like <title></title> in html). On the question you link is appearing in the title, (for me), like this:

boot - Auto-start X-windows / gdm on the standard Debian build - Raspberry Pi Beta - Stack Exchange.

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I say yes (get rid of them).

First of all, the "debian" in the one you reference isn't really needed in the title, it just helps answerers solve the problem.

Secondly, sometimes SE gives one of the tags before the question name in the title of the page (as in title that appears in the browser bar, title you set like <title></title> in html). On the question you link is appearing in the title, (for me), like this:

boot - Auto-start X-windows / gdm on the standard Debian build - Raspberry Pi Beta - Stack Exchange.

I say yes.

First of all, the "debian" in the one you reference isn't really needed in the title, it just helps answerers solve the problem.

Secondly, sometimes SE gives one of the tags before the question name in the title of the page (as in title that appears in the browser bar, title you set like <title></title> in html). On the question you link is appearing in the title, (for me), like this:

boot - Auto-start X-windows / gdm on the standard Debian build - Raspberry Pi Beta - Stack Exchange.

I say yes (get rid of them).

First of all, the "debian" in the one you reference isn't really needed in the title, it just helps answerers solve the problem.

Secondly, sometimes SE gives one of the tags before the question name in the title of the page (as in title that appears in the browser bar, title you set like <title></title> in html). On the question you link is appearing in the title, (for me), like this:

boot - Auto-start X-windows / gdm on the standard Debian build - Raspberry Pi Beta - Stack Exchange.

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I say yes.

First of all, the "debian" in the one you reference isn't really needed in the title, it just helps answerers solve the problem.

Secondly, sometimes SE gives one of the tags before the question name in the title of the page (as in title that appears in the browser bar, title you set like <title></title> in html). On the question you link is appearing in the title, (for me), like this:

boot - Auto-start X-windows / gdm on the standard Debian build - Raspberry Pi Beta - Stack Exchange.