Just now I noticed that there were 6 questions tagged with 5.1.1-lolipop. In addition to the typo, most of the tagged questions don't seem related to 5.1.1 specifically:
- What is the best way to root a 2012 Nexus 7 running 5.1.1 Lollipop?
- Show sensitive notification content when at trusted place
- What is this icon?
- How to use face unlock in Sony Xperia Z2 running Cyanogemod 12?
- Failed updating and uninstalling app with ADB
I have cleaned-up those questions:
- Renamed the tag to 5.1.1-lollipop for related questions
- Removed the tag on questions which were not version-dependent
- Replaced the tag with 5.0-lollipop for general Lollipop-related question.
Now, when I read the excerpt for 5.0-lollipop
Android 5.0 is the tenth publicly named Android release, and debuted with the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 in November of 2014. Please only use this tag if you feel your question is specific to Android 5.0.
Before the existence of 5.1 and 5.1.1, the excerpt reads okay; Lollipop-related questions will be tagged with that since there's only 1 suitable tag. But after the release of 5.1 and 5.1.1, newcomers are confused how to tag their questions (although, that's their fault for not reading help/meta, but still tolerable). But then, I see the problem: currently, it seems that there's no tag for general Android version (e.g. general Lollipop feature/issue). There is lollipop which is synonymized to 5.0-lollipop though.
So, the question is: what can we do to reduce the mistag? What should we do to the question that is for general Android version (e.g. general Lollipop problems)?
Also possibly related: Do we really need "4.4.2-kitkat"?