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Google SketchUp has been purchased by Trimble, and is no longer a product of Google. Therefore, I recommend:

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No one wants to update this tag? It's getting close to a year since it was sold. – thomthom Feb 18 '13 at 14:54
Concrete suggestion: retag google-sketchup to sketchup and leave it at that. – Chris Morgan Jun 11 '13 at 6:35

It's now been a year since SketchUp was bought up by Trimble. It'd be nice to see this tag corrected.

However, I do think that the most appropriate tag would be sketchup as prefixing it with the parent company makes the tag prone to more changes. Also, one could then also argue there should be an @last-sketchup tag as that was the original company name.

But I really would prefer to avoid prefixing with company name? I mean, apple-osx, microsoft-windows? It's not as though there are any other product called SketchUp.

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