re: Updated #opensource Tag Guidelines VIEW POST


This is a list of what not to use the tag for. Can you give some examples of what we would use it for? I think that would be easier to understand.


No problem. From the tag info:

To keep this tag clean and meaningful, please ensure your post fits into at least one of the following categories:

* Organizing, managing, running, or working in an Open Source project.

* Open Source philosophy, licensing, and/or practical and legal topics thereof.

* Advocacy and adoption of Open Source technology.

I'll add that to the post.

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