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Delete the [<i>test</i>] tag.

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While checking Codidact Meta tags, I saw this <i>test</i> tag . The tag doesn't have usage information or detailed wiki. Likely, it is made for testing purposes or made accidently and I highly recommend the deletion.

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Done. I also found and nuked [my-test], [status-this-is-a-test], and [somebody-test] (eliding the identity of "somebody").

We, uh, need a way to make newly-created tags more visible for community review. Our longer-term plans include restricting who can create tags, but for new or young communities that can be a roadblock.

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