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I haven't looked too much at the tags in use, but noticed an inconsistency in the currency tags for this question -- 'usd' and 'british-pound'. I thought I'd create a meta question to discuss.

  • in addition to what Robert mentioned, you can also flag for moderator attention and we'll have a look! – Jeff Atwood Jan 2 '11 at 0:04
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Did one of the other stack exchanges use both the abbreviation and the name as the tag like this:

, , etc.

  • +1. Those have the advantage of being keyword rich. There might be a length limitation on some obscure ones, but the major ones all probably fit. – Chris W. Rea Jan 4 '11 at 20:26
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    I just established a new tag 'cad-canadian-dollar' here: money.stackexchange.com/questions/5558/… ... we should change the other currency tags over time to match. – Chris W. Rea Jan 10 '11 at 14:38
  • I've changed USD and GBP to the new style tag, and added a couple of more synonyms (noticed you had at least a couple there already.) – Chris W. Rea Jan 11 '11 at 20:17
  • Just added eur-euro and a synonym from euro to eur-euro. – Alex B Aug 19 '11 at 16:52
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It looks like the tags have already been edited. What are your suggested changes?

Any user with 200+ reputation can edit tags. Since you do not yet have sufficient reputation, you can make your requests here (as you did) or comment on the individual posts.

  • He can also flag for moderator attention with only 15 rep. – Jeff Atwood Jan 2 '11 at 0:06
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Currencies have standard names (usd, gbp, etc.) so maybe standardize on them and alias other names ("us-dollar", "british-pound", "uk-pound") to them?

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