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We presently have several identify-this-x tags:

Screenshot of the available tags.

I've noticed that some posts with this tag tend to be off of memory alone (here, here, and here are a few). While these posts can be interesting, and fun to research, they are rather vague and can be very hard to identify (sometimes impossible).

What should we do with posts like these? Should we flag/close them as "needs more details", or do we consider them off-topic due to the fact that the lack of information is unlikely to be remedied?

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  • See also: [The [identify*]-question question: Time to say good-bye?](musicfans.meta.stackexchange.com/q/715/9288).
    – Aaron
    Oct 18 at 18:31
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    IMO, a definite "yes". I currently and routinely vote to close as both "needs more details" and for the reasons listed in the site-specific close options.
    – Aaron
    Oct 18 at 18:34
  • The question Aaron linked seems in favour of outlawing the questions altogether. Does that answer your question?
    – Mast
    Oct 26 at 7:45

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