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Personally I like 'domain-registrar' better but it seems as though 'registrar' gets used much more. Either way I don't think we need both tags.

Also up for discussion:
domain(213)
domains(28)

domain-name(55)
domainname(2)
domain-names(1)

Though I can these being a problem since some I'm sure some are referring to windows domains and some to website domains.

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  • I'd go change them, but my SF rep is too low. – Lance Roberts Mar 9 '10 at 18:46
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I think the domain-registrar should be used despite the stats (registrar ×20, domain-registrar ×2), but the majority ones for the others (domain, domain-name).

  • That was my feeling. – einstiien Mar 9 '10 at 18:58
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Do you really see any ambiguity in the future where we someone would use registrar and not mean a provider of DNS services? Personally I am a big fan of using the most simple tag whenever possible.

I retagged domainname and domain-names to domain-name since that one is pretty clear. I also retagged subdomains(3) to subdomain(100) while I was at it.

  • I do agree but for the time being every one of the registrar tags that exists is regarding a web domain so retagging now would be appropriate. If at a later date the registrar tag is needed for some other purpose it can be recreated. – einstiien Mar 10 '10 at 13:38

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