Thanks for pointing this out Robert!
It looks like I am the one to blame - totally don't remember that. Maybe it was a suggestion which I clicked on without even thinking.
I've merged the tags so now it's only stft.
You're right, these are synonymous.
I've created a synonym suggestion, and users with a few answers on the tag can vote for it.
I believe since this is really just a matter of expanding an acronym, a moderator might be able to expedite the process.
As Royi says in their comment, the main forum where you originally asked this question is probably the best in the Stack Exchange family for the topic of 3D Reconstruction.
Where it's possibly not a good fit is the part where you say ideas can be tossed around, critiqued, argued.
The reason is that this side is a Question and Answer site. Depending on how ...
I'd like that banner :D
Our community is special because
the quality of answers here is extremely high, while we still cater to everyone's questions, from beginners to industry veterans.
We, as community, found our niche that's neither too narrow (we're not just signal theory, or just audio processing, or just DSP coding) nor too wide (we do care about ...
That’s not a workaround. That is what we all should be doing anyway. Voting is what this site is built around. People on DSP don’t vote enough. There are way too many good answers with 0 votes (which is the reason Community bumps these posts). I have written about this before here on Meta. Vote often and vote hard. Don’t give Community anything to bump!
From here; How to stop the bumping:
Upvote an answer
Downvote the question
Close the question
I've seen many effortful answers with no upvotes; so perhaps this shall do a newfound motivation. For example, this one - which I've one-upped.
But... it's not good enough. Discussion more appropriate here.