I'd like to request two tag renames:

->

->

I want to add some common questions that we are getting in our channels to make them permanent and more easy to find, and then start redirecting people here to get a more sustainable relationship with our community. I think these renames will make this a little nicer.

Thanks!

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    Thanks for suggesting these :-) For the second one, in my opinion your suggestion is less clear, and reads like a single word, "Zeppelinos", (i.e. the plural of "Zeppelino", whatever that would be... A baby zeppelin? Not sure... ), rather than "Zeppelin OS". Happy to hear other people's opinions :-) – Richard Horrocks Sep 20 at 17:51
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    that's how the project is called: zeppelinos.org :) – elopio Sep 20 at 20:18
  • I agree with this vision, I find "openzeppelin" tag more appropriate than just zeppelin. For the second proposition we can use both as synonym tag what do you think?. – Badr Bellaj Sep 21 at 8:47
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    That sounds nice. – elopio Sep 23 at 17:40
  • But you don't say "Zeppelinos" but "Zeppelin O S", so the dash is appropriate here. – Afri Sep 29 at 21:35
  • I think the dash will make it a little harder to find, because everywhere else it will be without a dash. But, I'm more interested on the zeppelin->openzeppelin rename; whatever you feel correct with respect with the dashes will be better than now. – elopio Oct 1 at 21:42
  • Could you further define your proposal? There are libraries, like openzeppelin-solidity, openzeppelin-zos, and zos-lib, then there is the ZeppelinOS command line zos. Which are you proposing would end up where? – Motoma 2 days ago
  • everything related to the OpenZeppelin package, including openzeppelin-zos and openzeppelin-solidity should be tagged 'openzeppelin'. Everything related to ZeppelinOS, including zos and zos-lib should be tagged 'zeppelinos'. – elopio yesterday

Please name it (and make zeppelin a synonym) and keep . Dashes are a useful separator and help your eyes to quickly recognize tags.

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