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Should we show tags before the body, to provide context for reading the question?
Today I saw the following question on Software Dev (this is the beginning):
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MainWindow.cpp, which told me it's actually C++.
Down at the bottom I saw the tags:
On the one hand, you could argue that if I don't know enough to recognize the library (and thus know its language) then I shouldn't be answering the question. And that's true! I had no intention of answering the question. I read the question and its answers to learn something, and wondered if I should have better context for what I would be learning.
Would it make more sense to display the tags under the title, something like this?