I'm trying to understand which questions should get the tag "14.04".
I had rejected two sugested edits, both adding only the tag to:
How do I install MP3 codecs?
newest kernel not loading
But on other questions, I accepted adding the tag, without being able to say why it should be there - or why not.
These are examples with the tag where I think the tag does not apply:
Mouse stutters, slows down, requires multiple clicks, sometimes freezes
To remove the tag, or reject an edit adding it, I want to be able to say why!
Of course there are questions that are directly related to a release, they deserve the tag.
At the other end of the spectrum, there are other questions that are clearly not specific to the release, even if they use "14.04" in the text.
But where is the separation?
Is it expected to apply very broad, or strict?
The tag wiki says:
The current LTS (Long Term Support) release of Ubuntu, code-named "Trusty Tahr". Released on 17th April, 2014. Only use this tag if your question is version-specific.
How is "version-specific" meant?
Foo broke when installing 14.04.
Or more like:
I was using Bar in the version from 14.04 for...