I think we should rename the tag:
It makes the tag more accurate,
It brings us more in line with the tagging used on other sites
There's no reason not to make the change.
People will still find it if they start typing lgbt by @JJJ
@JJJ also points out that we should make lgbt a synonym of lgbtq+ to keep it from being recreated
Probably lgbtq+ is the best ...
You are correct - the mobile view didn't have the same checks in place as the main login. This will be fixed in the next build. For now - enjoy your early access to our private beta all you mobile device lovers!
The answer already posted by @Philipp confirms that macroeconomics is within scope here, but doesn't really explain how to resolve the situation when a question is legitimately on topic at two or more SEs. As such I'd argue it doesn't answer your question completely.
I did post a similar question to Meta.SE not long ago (Is "closer match to another SE&...
I copied the tag wiki and then merged the tag un into united-nations using the mod interface. This should retag all the questions, create a tag synonym and also update any subscriptions.
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I say nuke em!
I am a horribly biased libertarian in that respect, but they are however a fairly useless binary classification in many cases.
And you don't want people fighting over which one belongs with certain topics (cough National Socialism) either, if such things happen to come up.
(Edit: Oops, didn't notice they were both already on a question ...
I think you are correct that the statement is missing a word. I suspect it should read "Processes are central to how legislation is made." I personally think this is more naturally phrased as "Policies are central to the making of legislation."
I think the point of that phrase is to signal that it is often difficult to talk about legislation meaningfully ...
I agree that they should be synonyms, but wouldn't it be better the other way?
I've always though of "Judicial Branch" being specifically American, as a reference to the 3 branches of government. I've never heard it used for another country. Would you really talk about the Judicial Branch of the UK?
judiciary is definitely more common and is definitely the ...
Just to clarify under which circumstances a room is frozen. A room is frozen after 14 days without any activity. (A room can be deleted already after 7 days if there is almost no activity in there, but this is not the case for the type of room you are asking about - basically the "main"1 chatroom for the site.)
The system always keeps at least one room ...
This default reason was automatically disabled when we added the new close reasons. We were not aware that this would happen. I already re-added it as a 3rd custom close-reason. It just needs to be approved by another mod.
Edit: It's back.
I would agree that this is too many tags. Although I would propose combining all of these into a single tag, whatever name it might use.
As far as your two-tag proposal, most questions about economic theory are not within scope here, and should probably be migrated to Economics.SE. The exception is macroeconomics. According to our Help:
Just to ...
The whole set of tags for the 3 typical branches of a government with separation of powers is a bit chaotic:
There is no tag executive but there is a tag executive-branch with 53 questions
There is a tag legislature with 13 questions but no tag legislative-branch. There is also a tag legislative-process with 89 questions with a couple questions which might ...
lgbt+ is now the master tag. lgbt and lgbtq+ were made synonyms and will be automatically remapped to lgbt+. Let me know if there are other commonly used variants we could use as synonyms.
Also, I copied the tag wiki from Interpersonal Skills.
I've made congress the master tag.
I think locale tags would do a much better job of distinguishing questions for non US congresses. For example, I think guatemalacongress is a bit more useful than guatemala-congress.
I can confirm this as well. I first registered on Dec 4th UTC on my tablet, but didn't notice until this morning that I was being rejected from a non-mobile browser. Changing the user agent on my desktop browser to that of a mobile allowed me to log in without a problem.
It looks like the code that checks authorization isn't included in the mobile site. ...
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No problem. A similar case was about the russia and russian-federation tags, see details here.
I've been also subscribed to the RSS feed containing the former tag globally across the SE network, and I keep receiving notifications for Politics.SE questions tagged the latter one.
Maybe we should move to (and possibly synonymise to) a tag to which they collectively belong... I can't think of the exact word at the moment but something like leaning though I know there's a better word for it...