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I propose to use well-used dashed-form for versions.

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Since it appears that the non-hyphenated tags do not have synonyms defined, you could try doing this grass-roots style by tagging a few questions with the hyphen form, and then proposing the old tag as a synonym for the new tag.

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I still don't know why, bit synonym proposition requires a number of upvotes in certain tag, what I don't have – abatishchev Nov 24 '11 at 9:34
    
@abat therefore you cannot do this entirely alone, but if others agree with you, it should be fairly simple to arrange, assuming my understanding of the process is correct. I think you could even retag questions with existing upvotes to the new tag and have them count, but I am not sure. Certainly you will need a few votes on the tag synonym, but indeed you should to prevent vandalism. – Mr.Wizard Nov 24 '11 at 9:36

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