Let's handle doomed tag synonym suggestions

For a tag synonym to be approved, it needs to garner four upvotes, and only users with an answer score of at least five in the target tag are allowed to vote. As I showed&nbsp;<a href="https://meta.stackexchange.com/a/265817/253560" target="_blank">here</a>&nbsp;(Stack Exchange Data Explorer query&nbsp;<a href="https://data.stackexchange.com/stackoverflow/query/360325/doomed-tag-suggestions" target="_blank">here</a>), 48 of our 750 pending tag synonyms on Stack Overflow (as of the last data dump) could not possibly be approved because there aren't five users with sufficient answer score (one to propose and four to upvote). For these "doomed" tag synonym suggestions to be approved, we need to take action on meta (or wait for more users to get upvotes on answers in the target tag).

For a tag synonym to be approved, it needs to garner four upvotes, and only users with an answer score of at least five in the target tag are allowed to vote. As I showed here (Stack Exchange Data Explorer query here), 48 of our 750 pending tag synonyms on Stack Overflow (as of the last data dump) could not possibly be approved because there aren't five users with sufficient answer score (one to propose and four to upvote). For these "doomed" tag synonym suggestions to be approved, we need to take action on meta (or wait for more users to get upvotes on answers in the target tag).

The following are doomed suggestions that seemed correct to me (either from tag wikis or from web searching -- see the notes I left). It would be great to hear community feedback about this list, and if the community agrees then I think it would be great if a moderator could approve these synonyms (the community cannot do so on its own under the current tag synonym voting rules).

            SourceTagName             TargetTagName Score numVoters sourceQs tgtQs
      atlassian-crowd                     crowd     0         4       11    49  # The [crowd] tag wiki excerpt indicates it's a SSO tool, and Google query "crowd SSO" yields https://www.atlassian.com/software/crowd/overview, so it seems [crowd] refers to a software tool by Atlassian
           lpsolveapi                   lpsolve     0         4       12    90  # I proposed this one -- lpsolveapi is an API to access the lpsolve linear programming solver
                  wtk     java-wireless-toolkit     0         4       44    31  # The [wtk] tag wiki excerpt is "Java ME Wireless Toolkit"
                  muc             multiuserchat     0         3       36    81  # Both tag wikis indicate these tags refer to the same XMPP protocol extension 
          f#-charting               fsharpchart     0         3       14    19  # The tag wiki excerpt for [f#-charting] indicates it's about FSharp.Charting.dll, which is the topic of the [fsharpchart] questions.
           nokia-maps                 here-maps     0         3      205   153  # From the [here-maps] tag wiki excerpt, it used to be called Nokia maps
             javacaps                     jcaps     0         1        3    12  # All [javacaps] are also tagged [jcaps], and the [jcaps] tag wiki excerpt indicates that it's a java software suite
    facebook-java-sdk         facebook-java-api     0         1       25    51  # A lot of questions are tagged with both, and the names seem to suggest they're pretty much the same thing
                 jazz                  ibm-jazz     0         1       87    33  # Tag wiki excerpt for [jazz] indicates it's for "IBM Jazz family of products"

The following are doomed suggestions I think are actually synonyms but for which I was not sure if the proposed direction makes the most sense. Update: these three synonyms have now been added (the first and last were reversed and the middle was kept in the direction proposed).

            SourceTagName             TargetTagName Score numVoters sourceQs tgtQs
                c3.js                        c3     0         4      141   149  # We have [d3] as a synonym of [d3.js], so I think that makes more sense here
                  msp                 msi-patch     0         3       58    12  # The [msi-patch] tag wiki excerpt indicates it's about .msp files, so it's clear there's a synonym. I don't have a clear sense of what should be a synonym of the other.
clearcase-remote-client ccrc 0 1 62 46

The following are additional doomed suggestions that are less obvious to me (either I disagree or feel I don't know enough to comment) and that I think we should discuss as a community and then decide how to act:

            SourceTagName             TargetTagName Score numVoters sourceQs tgtQs
            spring-dm    springsource-dm-server     1         1       70    29
              execute                    firing     0         4      798    54
                 rtsj            real-time-java     0         4        8    17
  spring-data-mongodb      spring-data-document     0         4      684     9
            groupchat             multiuserchat     0         3       12    81
         tpagecontrol               pagecontrol     0         2       35    50
  firebasesimplelogin   firebase-authentication     0         1      140    54
               sesame                   openrdf     0         1      210    18
            powerpack                powerpacks     0         0       22    39
            garnet-os                   palm-os    -1         4       11    39

Finally, the following suggestions could probably be cleaned up, as either the source or target tag (or both) has no associated questions:

            SourceTagName             TargetTagName Score numVoters sourceQs tgtQs
               kinect                     natal     2         0     2267     0
    blackberry-widget        blackberry-widgets     2         0        0    21
            workplace          work-environment     1         0        0     0

apache-commons-logging jakarta-commons-logging 1 0 148 0
generating generation 1 0 0 0
pure.js pure-js 0 3 0 19
visual-build visual-build-professional 0 2 0 9
date-manipulation manipulation 0 0 36 0
memory-address address 0 0 738 0
large-scale large 0 0 23 0
mediafoundation windows-media-foundation 0 0 0 0
case-changing case-sensitivity 0 0 0 0
denali sql-server-2011 0 0 0 0
catamorphism catamporphisms 0 0 19 0
self-teaching self-improvement 0 0 0 0
turing-machine turing 0 0 0 0
kernighan-and-ritchie knr 0 0 160 0
boost-mpl mpl 0 0 232 0
programming-fundamentals fundamentals 0 0 0 0
spring-dm-server springsource-dm-server -1 1 0 29
codegear borland -1 0 0 0
dynamics-nav microsoft-dynamics-crm -1 0 145 0
truetype ttf -1 0 52 0


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