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There's a tag. Looks like it was missed in the Posse request: jobs/career/etc. tag cleanup

Burninate/cleanup? Seems like a likely target of off topic questions, so I'd recommend going through them and removing the tag as they're closed/edited. There's 80 13. As a mod from Workplace I can already tell you The Workplace won't be accepting any old questions with the tag.

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    Just to reiterate what Ben says. Edit the question if you think it can be salvaged, vote to close or flag if you think it can't. – ChrisF Aug 3 '12 at 22:58
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    Working on burninating them now. Will be editing/flagging for closure on ones that aren't already closed - where neccessary :) – Deco Aug 6 '12 at 6:47
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I have gone through and re-tagged the closed questions and put more appropriate tags where possible. I have also re-tagged a few of the questions that didn't really need improvement.

Will work on looking at the other questions in the list and editing/tagging/flagging where appropriate, and try not to spam the home page (or the review queue as my rep here is too low to edit).

Edit: We're down to 35 now, still slowly working on it. Having troubles deciding whether some should be open or not, I'll seek clarification in chat. I've found a few where they are linked to questions that have been closed as duplicates of the question in context - so I just removed the tags on those ones.

Edit edit: All burned now.. I see 0 questions under the work tag. Yay

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All questions have been retagged or destroyed.

  • Hm? I see 10 questions left: programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/work – yannis Aug 27 '12 at 21:24
  • I see 0, I don't have mod vision though. – World Engineer Aug 27 '12 at 23:10
  • No mod vision involved, I still see open / non deleted questions tagged [work] (and others do as well, there have been a couple of flags on them since your previous comment). – yannis Aug 28 '12 at 4:42
  • I see them. I'll chalk it up to tired + head full of DIP and Algorithms homework. – World Engineer Aug 28 '12 at 21:14

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