In the last day, I have saw a minor spread of edits suggestions that only add a version tag.
As far as I know, many of such questions are NOT version specific, still it seems that I am the only one that actually rejects such edits.
To quote Jeff:
The danger of version tags is that they become de-facto requirements -- crutches to avoid thinking about what tags are actually useful on a question. Left unchecked, version tags will poison your tagging system rendering it useless. Don't get me wrong: version tags can exist, but should only be used on posts that are truly specific to a particular version.
Note: this could be considered a duplicate of my old post - Again about version specific tag. Still, since we are on meta, please don't mark as duplicate/close. I feel that this question need some visibility - seems that many power user still don't get how the version tag should be used. Please, spread the word.