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I have rejected some edits by @RoninEngineer.

To add RPI-4 tags to a question that is a generic question and NOT specific for Raspberry Pi 4 is not an edit that enhance the question in my opinion.

Advice? Yes/no?

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Unless the question is specifically about the Pi 4 as described by the tag:

For questions that apply specifically to the Raspberry Pi 4 and not other/all models.

There is no reason to add the tag.

As an aside I'm not really a fan of edits that just change the tags. There's normally some aspect of formatting and/or grammar that can also be improved at the same time. (Sometimes changing the tags is enough of an improvement in itself but I would say that this is not common).

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  • Thx that was my opinion to.
    – MatsK
    Jan 3, 2023 at 12:42
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    I agree WRT the misuse of 'p-4' but, WRT just adding a tag, if it is an improvement, doing something is better than doing nothing because too much needs to be done and you don't have time for all of it.
    – goldilocks Mod
    Jan 3, 2023 at 18:18
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    I'm not a fan of edits that just change spelling and/or grammar. Often these are to ancient posts, add NOTHING to understanding and just push the question into the Activity queue, encouraging unnecessary comment.
    – Milliways
    Jan 3, 2023 at 23:44
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Adding unnecessary tags is vandalism. Just because the OP is using a Pi4 doesn't make it a Pi4 question.

Similar applies to tags like python-3 for generic python questions (which are usually deleted on Stack Overflow).

Some tags e.g. raspbian are MEANINGLESS (unless they apply to Wheezy) and benefit from a change, as they make tag searches more useful.

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    Vandalism is an intentional act that is deliberately destructive. An edit which makes the question worse is a deterioration. Jan 5, 2023 at 13:05

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