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Well, this site is about "German language & usage" but it does not state that it must be contemporary German. And any reform is related to the language and its use. That said, it's likely a little di …
answered Sep 13 '13 by Em1
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The german tag was introduced a long time ago (don't know who did it) and many people used it. I remember Takkat asking the very same question in chat a while ago. At that time, he removed that tag fr …
answered Aug 30 '14 by Em1
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Some of them provide example questions, other provide alternatives tags. Sometimes the info box is in English and German, sometimes only English. We need to improve these information. …
answered Jan 20 '13 by Em1
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German-as-foreignlanguage? No, we don't need it at all. Any kind of question should address a particular issue and the tag should indicate the kind of issue. But being non-native is not a helpful inf …
answered Nov 21 '13 by Em1