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Posted Feb 1, 2013 20:20 UTC (Fri) by dlang (subscriber, #313)
In reply to: Seigo: by HelloWorld
Parent article: Seigo:

> Tags offer a superset of the functionality that a hierarchical structure can offer, because a file's path (including its name) can be seen as simply another tag.

This is true, but what people are objecting to is tagging and depriciating the filesystem hierarchy.

I don't think anyone is objecting to tags being available (they just question how well they work in practice, with examples of when they don't)

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