Earlier today, someone created .net-4.0-client-profile. Being a new tag deletionist, I swooped in to determine if there was a better, already-existing tag.
Thinking that the newest tag was the least ambiguous, I went through all of the other questions and retagged all the questions about the Client Profile for .NET 4 into .net-4.0-client-profile, and moved all the questions about either 3.5 or that weren't version-specific into client-profile.
Then BoltClock pointed out that 4.5 is around the corner, which makes the very specific 4.0 tag slightly too specific.
How should this be fixed? One catch-all tag? Given the relatively low volume of questions, it could work. We probably don't need version tags here. Probably. If so, should it remain just client-profile? To me, that seems possibly ambiguous. Are there better alternatives?