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Questions tagged [tags]

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Learning to ride tag?

Is there a tag for learning to ride a bicycle? There is children, but not all children are learners and not all learners are children. There is training, but that doesn't really fit either.
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Delete tag “mechanical”

The mechanical tag is pretty useless -- nearly the entire bike falls under this category, so using this tag doesn't really help anyone. There are a few electrical issues (which may go up as electronic ...
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Proposal to merge tags [commute] and [commuter]

Why is there a commute tag and a commuter tag and should these two be merged?
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Parts of parts tags – “spider” in this case

I'm wondering how to deal with a tag like "spider" in this question. It seems to me that the tag is redundant with the "crankset" and maybe the "chainring" tag that are also on the question. Right now ...
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Suggestion to merge shopping and price. Are they on-topic at all?

shopping and price are very related, don't have wikis.
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Suggestion to merge ergonomics and bike fit

ergonomics and bike-fit seem too similar, and one does not have a wiki. Should they be merged?
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“Stingy” tag and perhaps tags in general

I'm curious about the stingy tag. Most of the tags on bicycles.stackexchange are reasonably obvious. The stingy tag showed up when hhh joined the community. I'm not opposed to the stingy tag, but, ...
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American vs British English in tags

When creating tags, should we be using the American or British word for the concept? We've already had some confusion over "public-transit" which seems to be an Americanism. There are other words ...