In this question, I intended to create a tag "bhavishya-purana", but by accident I typed "bhavishya-puranas" with an "s" at the end. I tried fixing it, but it wouldn't let me put "bhavishya-purana" because it's too similar to a tag that already exists. Is there any way I can get my accidentally created tag deleted and put the question under the proper tag?


This is a known problem with the Stack Exchange software (at least, I consider it to be a problem) - if you have created the tag "bhavishya-purana", you cannot create a tag that differs in pluralization ("bhavishya-puranas") nor a tag that differs in hyphenation ("bhavishyapurana").

The only real solution is for someone with moderator privileges to change the tag to have the correct pluralization. We should have mods in a few days, so I recommend waiting until then.

Update: this is done!

  • Thanks! And hopefully you'll be one of them. Jul 5 '14 at 4:05
  • @sunshine agree with you, because community moderator always being too busy. So its better to wait for our own mods. I already have made list of ping for our upcoming mods. Jul 5 '14 at 7:46
  • @senshin Thanks for your help! It's amazing that you're already using your moderator position to do good. Jul 7 '14 at 18:49

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