I tried to apply a GNU+Linux Tag to a question, but the system automatically breaks the Tag into either GNU or Linux.

Without the possibility of applying a GNU+Linux Tab, might people stray from using the freedom committed, full form when adding Tags? The current automated solution has its own elegance, though.


You can do it in the following way: .

As spaces are taken as delimiters for tag creation, gnu linux would be parsed as two different tags.

So, include a hyphen between the words, and you'll be all good!


While I agree the correct tag would be it's for most users simpler to tag questions with simply .

I created a tag synonym from to .

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