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Proposal: Add new tag “advanced-wireless”

The aws says it means "Advanced Wireless Systems". There are however only 13 question with this tag, and all except possibly two are written obviously thinking it's Amazon Web Services. Option 1: ...
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Tag creation request (NFV)

Can someone with a high enough reputation score please create the NFV tag? We have an SDN tag but no NFV tag.
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Tag creation request

If this is not the best place to answer this question, please advise where would be. Can someone with a high enough reputation score please create the ipsec tag? I was browsing tags and adding the ...
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Is the http-proxy tag off-topic?

There is an http-proxy tag. Aren't both the subjects of HTTP and proxy servers off-topic? Did this used to be on-topic and we are keeping it for historical reasons?
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Ban the “network” and “networking” tags

I would like to suggest banning the network and networking tags. Any question we ask on this site is by definition a network question. As such, these tags wind up being a magnet for off-topic ...
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Tag synonyms - which one should be the main tag?

There has been some discussion regarding tags with models, series, and manufacturers, and combinations. If we make synonyms, what should we choose to be the main tag? The shorter one? Example: cisco-...
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Should we avoid manufacturer prefixes in tags in general?

This is a bit related to the question about prefixing tag names for equipment with manufacturer's name. For example, currently we have such tags: cisco-nexus-1000v, cisco-ios-15, cisco-catalyst, ...
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Our set of tags

Well chosen tags improve the experience of the site regarding browsing and searching. If we would create some guidelines regarding tag names, we could get more consistent tags and avoid creating too ...