I noticed just now that we have a cm11 tag, which was created for a question specifically about CyanogenMod 11 as opposed to another version. It is currently very small, whereas cyanogenmod has ~800 questions.
My first instinct was to simply merge and synonymize this with cyanogenmod, but giving it a second thought, I felt this could be a valuable discussion for the community-at-large.
If we do want to keep version-specific CM tags, I think they should be similar to our other naming conventions, and be fully spelled out (e.g.
cyanogenmod-11 instead of
One concern I have is that having version-specific tags will essentially make cyanogenmod useless/obsolete. It really shouldn't be kept around if there's a more specific tag available, and double-tagging everything would seem kind of silly. This might also make it harder to follow CyanogenMod questions, though, since you'd have to favorite a number of tags instead of just one. I can also see value in knowing which specific version of CM a given question is about, however, since features can change from version to version quite significantly.
So, is there enough value in having version-specific CyanogenMod tags to warrant keeping them around? Would they be more troublesome than helpful?