, and should be synonyms. It's not helpful to have separate tags for various versions of the same app when there's so little difference between versions. It's also not clear whether the first tag means 'all versions' or 'version 1'

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  • IMO sublimetext should refer to both 1 and 2, since everybody uses 2 and sublimetext3 should remain distinct – jamylak Apr 29 '13 at 4:21
  • Insert slippery slope wrt version-specific tags here, including but not limited to breaking out the old example of php5 (current version, aliased to php currently) vs php4 (old version) vs php and what happens when the next version is released. – Charles Apr 30 '13 at 1:33

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