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They have a lot in common, indeed they are about the exact same website:

Following common sense, we should merge them or make a synonym or other things we commonly do in such cases.

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  • Please briefly describe what you found – Rubén Jul 22 at 12:50
  • @Rubén: Done, how is it now? – nic Jul 22 at 13:12
  • Related: How to deal with MediaWiki questions – Rubén Jul 23 at 4:01
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    This sort of thing happens when people put spaces between words in a tag rather than a dash. So, someone put wikimedia commons instead of wikimedia-commons. commons is a terrible tag; it's not descriptive at all. – ale Jul 23 at 13:11
  • @ale: That's right! Feel free to post an answer suggesting a synonym or similar from commons to wikimedia-commons, or any better solution you might have. – nic Jul 23 at 15:15
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    Possible duplicate of Please rename [commons] to [wikimedia-commons] – nic Jul 24 at 2:36
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at this time it has 0 (zero) questions, actually it is not listed on https://webapps.stackexchange.com/tags so just ignore it.

but....

has 4 questions.

ale recently posted Please rename [commons] to [wikimedia-commons]

  • It had 3 questions yesterday. Thanks to the person who chose one tag and moved the questions that were using the other tag :-) – nic Jul 23 at 3:10
  • @nic maybe we was looking at the wrong tag :) – Rubén Jul 23 at 16:45
  • Oops, looks like I misspelled the tag actually :-O I will close my question as duplicate of ale's question. – nic Jul 24 at 2:35

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