July 13, 2011

Roy Andre Roy Andre
Lab Rat
24 posts

Soon to hit 10k tags

 
What do you like the best with Tags?
It keep things organized and easy to find 6
I earn lots of silver coins (points) 0
Both 7
Tags? Where? 1
Total Votes: 14
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Currently there are an awesome 9908 tags registered on Qt DevNet. StackOverflow is still in the lead with its around 30k tags, but almost 10k tags in such a short period of time is really great :)

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July 13, 2011

Denis Kormalev Denis Kormalev
Lab Rat
1654 posts

Voted for both, hehe :) But it still lacks such features as autosuggestion, tag aliases and some others

July 13, 2011

Roy Andre Roy Andre
Lab Rat
24 posts
Denis Kormalev wrote:
But it still lacks such features as autosuggestion, tag aliases and some others

Those who wait do not wait in vain, or whatever the saying is in english :)

July 13, 2011

koahnig koahnig
Gene Splicer
2901 posts

I have voted that tags are keeping things organized. In general sense they do. However, i have noticed that the vast number of tags may be the result of an unclarity in what is important and how to tag.

For instance you can place a tag “qtableview” and “tableview”. After seeing both are showing up that if you type “table” in the search form, one does not need both. Especially if all tags are starting with a ‘q’ is pointless.

If you use a tag, which makes it easy to find a thread on a topic for yourself, it might be hopeless you cannot control whether someone is going to delete.

While it is very positive to have tags :-)
there is some optimization possible ;-) .

July 13, 2011

Roy Andre Roy Andre
Lab Rat
24 posts

koahnig: Stay tuned, I will only say :)

July 13, 2011

Eddy Eddy
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1609 posts

indeed there could be some cleanup of the tags following these guidelines [developer.qt.nokia.com]

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