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on good replacement tags, or in particular tags which are fit for the sorts of shopping-related questions we want to keep around, do weigh in. …
asked Nov 30 '14 by Kevin Reid AG6YO
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Abstractly, I think tags should be defined in a way which leads people guessing how to tag their questions to usually guess correctly. (For example, a tag should not be “X but not Y, because we have … a tag for Y”, because a new questioner is likely not to know what tags exist.) Trying to define these tags in the most straightforward way which still leaves them distinct, this is what comes to mind …
answered Feb 4 '14 by Kevin Reid AG6YO
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Early on, we followed the principle of having manufacturer tags but not device tags, essentially for the reason you state. But we haven't been deleting them when they're created, and I currently … don't see a specific problem with it — if you look at the relevant section of the list of tags it's not particularly full of model tags with single uses. I'd go with "no", because that means an …
answered Feb 25 by Kevin Reid AG6YO
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Done. Tags have to be on at least one question, so I added them to your question. Note that tags should generally be broad enough to have plenty of content (compare Have a tag for every single … device?) and rarely-occurring things are better handled by just being able to search for the terms. I'm slightly unsure about this family of tags, but I can imagine people asking questions about the specific connectors (crimping, identification of impedance, etc), so I think it's above the threshold. …
answered Mar 16 by Kevin Reid AG6YO
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do radio things, how do I do it within the rules?” question. It could use more relevant tags, but legal might be a suitable addition. How do I radio? [closed] — Off topic, disregard. What bands and … anyone object to my eliminating the tag? Is there a natural category our tags don't otherwise have that is best served by radio-band or perhaps by a new tag with a better name? …
asked Oct 20 '14 by Kevin Reid AG6YO
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As nobody objected, I have now removed the tag from all six (one just posted) questions that had it, along with other retagging and edits as I saw fit.
answered Oct 23 '14 by Kevin Reid AG6YO
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Outside of specific antenna types or components, we have these tags for antenna questions: antenna and antenna-construction. I think that the tag antenna-construction is not actually very useful in … when I'm tagging a question it's not clear to me whether it should apply. I'd like to have more focused (and just more) tags to use on antenna questions. What do you think of this proposal? antenna …
asked Dec 12 '15 by Kevin Reid AG6YO
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all mutually exclusive). I'd like some input on good naming and whether these tags should exist. Create radio-programming. Rename programming to computer-programming or software-development or some …
asked Oct 9 '16 by Kevin Reid AG6YO
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tag rfi (synonym "interference"), and that the former was being used in the sense of the latter. We shouldn't have multiple tags with the same meaning, but it seems to me that there is a difference … the second concept which will discourage people using it to mean RFI, but I'm open to the suggestion that we keep noise. The goal in general is there aren't two different tags such that people will …
asked Jul 9 '17 by Kevin Reid AG6YO
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This is now complete. All questions have been retagged, and vswr and swr (formerly synonyms) are now synonyms of impedance-matching.
answered May 7 '17 by Kevin Reid AG6YO
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I have now gone through all questions mentioning antennas and, where appropriate, added the tags antenna-theory and antenna-system. I have removed antenna-construction where it is irrelevant. The …
answered Dec 16 '15 by Kevin Reid AG6YO
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broad tag equipment-interfacing even though it would suit some questions that almost-fit several of the above tags (e.g. Looking for a UHF / VHF transceiver for PC.` and any TNC-related questions) or …
answered Oct 29 '16 by Kevin Reid AG6YO
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There's a gap in the available tags. The only tags with “power” in the name are power and power-supply. If we believe their descriptions, then power is for RF power levels only (though it doesn't say …
asked Apr 18 '16 by Kevin Reid AG6YO
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Hearing no objections or suggestions for improvement, I have done the following: Renamed power to rf-power. Where appropriate, added the tag dc-power and removed the tag rf-power.
answered Apr 22 '16 by Kevin Reid AG6YO
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Is there a useful difference between the tags propagation and range? It seems to me that “range” is a sub-topic of “propagation”, and one which is not sufficiently specifically-of-interest to be …
asked Mar 17 '15 by Kevin Reid AG6YO

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