How should we handle these tags:

Should they be merged?


I've merged all three into since it seems to be "more correct" with the hyphen.


BlueTooth is wireless, but it isn't wifi.

Depending on the use, I could see wireless-network and wireless-networking merged, but Wifi is a specific type of wireless technology.

Grammatically, "wireless-networking" refers to the concept or practice, and "wireless-network" refers to a implemented instance. But I doubt those subtleties are present...

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    +1 for "I doubt those subtleties are present"
    – ale
    Oct 27 '11 at 14:09
  • I expect that after reviewing wireless-network and wireless-networking the vast majority of the questions can be moved to wifi with maybe a couple for Bluetooth or otherwise not taggable as "wifi". But I agree that wireless-network and wireless-networking can probably be merged.
    – ale
    Oct 27 '11 at 14:13
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    @AlEverett I retagged the minority that didn't fit in. I think we should be good to merge all three tags. Oct 27 '11 at 15:04

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