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Since ruby on rails v3 was released recently, some new tags appeared: rails3 and ruby-on-rails3.

The question is: should we merge rails3 into ruby-on-rails3 or merge both of them into ruby-on-rails.

While it is true that rails 3 has some specificity, I don't think that'd be a good idea to keep track of framework version in tags, but that's just me. What do you guys think?

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Merging it to ruby_on_rails3 would make most sense.

There might still be people around using v1 or v2 of rails and would like to ask questions based upon these.

E.g. : C# also has multiple tags targeting its version. [ c#, c#2.0, c#3.0, c#4.0 ]

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don't you think it will lead to a lot of posts tagged ruby-on-rails and ruby-on-rails3 ? – marcgg Feb 10 '10 at 15:10

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