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Time to change the google-webmaster-tools tag?

Google renamed Webmaster Tools to Search Console in May 2015. The resolution from this old question was to add google-search-console as a synonym, with a view to making it the "master" some time later....
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Which of the tags [canonical], [rel-canonical] and [canonical-url] is the canonical one?

Of the three, only canonical-url has any usage guidance or tag wiki. The other two (canonical and rel-canonical) are bare. Glancing over the questions in each tag, there does not appear to be any ...
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Tag rename request: file-manger

Unless we're talking about baby files lying newborn in a manger, could we rename the file-manger tag to file-manager? :)
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Tag: google-webmaster-tools to google-search-console

Google officially renamed "Google Webmaster Tools" to "Google Search Console" and the tag issue came up when we discussed this in chat: w3d So, errrm, who's going to retag the 1000+ questions ...
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Please retag memcache as memcached

The memcache should be memcached. This is a very common mistake. However, the right name is memcached. I also suggest to add memcache as synonym of memcached, as in StackOverflow.
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stack-overflow tag in Pro Webmasters Meta

Any reason why the StackOverflow tag here in meta is called stack-overflow instead of stackoverflow like in several other StackExchange sites and StackOverflow project itself? Also, we have a belongs-...
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Should we have a way to “red flag” an answer that becomes incorrect with passage of time?

No doubt any technology forum has the problem of old answers being potentially incorrect or less useful with the passage of time (except SQL, ha-ha). ;-) Seriously, though, I think that SEO answers ...