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I tried to do this myself today, but got stopped but some more experienced user. For questions about PyQt two tags are defined: pyqt and pyqt4. There are no pyqt3 questions, so I would like to suggest to unify those two tags into one: pyqt. No people use either one or another or both.

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closed as off-topic by CRABOLO, Martijn Pieters, Aziz Shaikh, nicael, Monica Cellio Dec 9 '14 at 19:12

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Generally when it comes to tags with versions, you should use:

  • for posts that are version-generic
  • for posts that only apply to version 4, and don't make sense for other versions

If somebody has a question about something that's version 3-specific, they should create the tag; it looks like nobody has had such a question yet (or they didn't tag it correctly)

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