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I've been noticing lately that people are tagging with every version of the C# tag that exists (for example, this question is tagged , , , and ). What is the best way to go about handling this? I was thinking if there isn't a language specific question about it, it should be C#, but I wanted to make sure before I start editing...

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If they have a reason to require backwards compatibility, they should tag it with the lowest common denominator (e.g. and in this case).

In this instance I think the person just didn't know any better.

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