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7:53 AM
@J.M.isn'tamathematician In such cases, all that you need to do is retag. The tags which are not used in any questions are removed by a script once a day. See also: Deleting Tags after being created and Please delete misspelled (ananlysis) tag. — Martin Sleziak 2 hours ago
@Martin, there were at least ten threads with the malformed tag, so I thought retagging en masse would have made not a few people grumble. As Daniel says, flagging would really have been the least distracting method, but I wanted a public record. — J. M. isn't a mathematician 1 hour ago
@J.M.isn'tamathematician My bad. I thought that it was a single occurrence. (When I saw your post the tag was already gone, so I did not have possibility to check is.) I should have guessed that it is very unlikely not to know about removal of tags in this way for somebody so active on meta as you. Sorry for that. (If you think we should remove the last three comments - since they are not really relevant after this clarification - feel free to ping me in chat.) — Martin Sleziak 24 secs ago
If you let me know that you saw my comment and that you prefer to clean-up the comment thread, I'll delete both my comments.
OTOH there is probably not too much harm if the comment stays, so I'm fine either way.
 
8:26 AM
I guess I mainly assumed that there were probably only few occurrences because I thought that it is unlikely that such a typo could go unnoticed for a long time. So it seems I was wrong.
 

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