Make it sense to create tags there also include blender as a part of the tag e.g
Is not be easier/more DRY to create only tags for the version number like
2. 67 because we are here in the blender stack exchange.
What you think?
I propose that there be two (maybe three) levels of specificity. For instance:
I would say that when tagging a question, the more general, the better. For example, if you can do the same thing in 2.4 as in 2.6, then it makes little sense to tag as 2.67. Perhaps we could also use tags such as blender-2.4+ for questions where an answer exists in 2.4 and up as a way of clarifying that the question isn't about 2.4 only, so answers in 2.6 would be fine as well.
One thing's for certain though: there is no use in having a blender tag. It adds no value to any question. I'm currently a mod on Christianity.SE and the tag "christianity" doesn't exist because there's no point in having it.
Some examples of existing questions which could use this tag:
Such a tag could also be used for upgrade questions such as this one:
Is there a way to update Blender without deleting it and downloading the new version?
This might be a stretch, but this question might also be eligible for such a tag:
Working with VRML 1.0 files in the current version of Blender
I feel that having many tags for specific releases of blender is overkill when most questions are only related to the current version, but there are enough questions that are related to versions of blender that such a tag could make sense.
This would be extremely messy, if such a tag were to exist, it would be one set tag such as blender and that alone. If a question is tied to a specific version it can be specified in the question and or answer.
That being said, I am against such a tag as it would make little if any sense or even be of any use as the site is about Blender and presumably and preferably, the questions will be too.