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You cannot flag tags. Just bring the issue up on meta (like you did) to have the tag either deleted or synomynized with another. I merged it with pi-3 which is canonical for this model. Thanks for bringing it up!


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Thanks for bringing this up. As it turns out I declined one of those flags a while ago... Let me clarify my reasoning behind this and come to an understanding why that reasoning breaks apart upon discussing it: personally I tend to read "not constructive" with a strong negative connoation (just like the MSE questions you've linked states), as in "mean-...


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I believe I declined one of those flags, and I would probably decline either of them most of the time -- which yes, implies there is some inconsistency in my attitude here (and WRT to many other things; I believe there's value in consciously applied inconsistency). Before I explain why in this case, first, thank you for taking the time to do this and don't ...


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I'm all for this too, although I think your example is not such a case. It is reproducible. I admit that opinion is debatable -- what it really comes down to is whether the question should be left as is, and I am inclined to, but am fine if the community feels otherwise and it is reflected in close votes. [Later: Changed my mind and closed it.] With ...


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Skimming through the moderator only list of migrations I tend to agree that the main paths to migrate posts away are indeed SO, U&L, and EE. Superuser is is less common and is more or less on a par with Arduino, Robotics, and Hardware Recommendations. IoT has been a target three times lately. It is however noteworthy that migration really is not ...


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Apologies, I declined that flag as I was considering that answer more of an "apple core" or a "rotten apple" as an "orange" at that time, see here. But I now see your point, it is in fact an orange. I am sorry for the declined flag as there is nothing to remedy that now. Please rest assured that your flagging status is just fine ...


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I would disagree that comments like It did the trick. Thank you for providing the link! should be removed. They do add new information (that the link was indeed helpful) which is otherwise not present anywhere. This information is sometimes replicated by the OP accepting accepting a helpful answer, but not always. Sometimes the OP forgets to accept, or ...


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