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UPDATE Sterling work by @ale and there are at present no Qs with this tag, so the issue is 'moot'.


Tag lacks a Usage guide and had 2 followers but is currently applied to ~5 0 Open question.

Another tag with "money" in it: (no Usage guide).

Regarding Shog9’s criteria for burnination, summarised as:

    - Does it describe the contents of the questions to which it is applied?
    - Is it unambiguous?
    - Is the concept described even on-topic for the site?
    - Does the tag add any meaningful information to the post?
    - Does it mean the same thing in all common contexts?

IMO the As are, in order: No, No, No, No, No.

In addition to 0 Open there are several Closed at present.

It is a topic with experts (eg see the SE site: Personal Finance & Money) but it appears current usage has little connection with it.

Would anyone care to speak in its defence in a trial for its life?


Related to: Burninate [finance]?

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Some candidates to replace could be:

  • currency
  • monetization

But, do we want these kind of tags? In the context of Web Applications all of them look to be meta-tags.

Related discussion: In the context of Web Applications, which are the tags that are not specific to a web application that are not meta-tags?

  • We don't want tags like that, unless someone comes up with a web application with that name. – ale Aug 31 '17 at 12:34
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There are no more questions tagged and the tag is gone.

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