I do acknowledge that generally it should be easier to understand what the question is about when the tag shows the full name of a product than when it shows an abbreviation.
However, in my view that argument's weight is lessened in this specific case by the fact that the SSMS abbreviation is fairly well-known in the SQL Server world. And we do show the ...
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I migrated it and the migration was rejected: that's not a bad outcome for a question we aren't sure about, but the response I had in chat was:
I'm not sure whether it is an ontopic question or not, but it fails to meet the "being a question" criterion :-)
Which is a bit worrying - we probably only want to migrate those we are reasonably confident ...
It is worth having sql-server-management-studio but it should be a synonym of ssms as management-studio currently is.
Result: ssms would remain the display tag, but tag search etc. would match the longer forms.
The question doesn't make an explicit case for the new tag, beyond continuing the line of existing Windows Server version tags. So, this seems like a good time to look at the utility of the whole hierarchy.
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This makes sense. We should do this (with ssms as a synonym), at least as a trial.
The rename could be easily reversed if any of the anticipated drawbacks actually materialize.
Our tags are inconsistently expanded - mostly due to the historical tag length limitation e.g. erd
That said, the question is not about whether all acronyms should be expanded or ...