I know this is my 3rd post here in a few days but I think this could also help things get closer to this agreement.
Right now whenever question about Minecraft Java is posted the version is implied if no version is specified. This is good. But, in a few months/years someone searching this up will click it and see "How do I X" and then see an answer telling them how to do it. Now, let's say the searcher is using 1.17 but the question was asked during 1.15. The answers and question at the time had the implied version, but the searcher doesn't know that. (I know there is timestamps, but your random kid googling it isn't going to pay attention to that.)
So... what if all questions asked contained the version? If the version is omitted, what if someone who can easily edit edited in the version in all the questions with an implied versions? If the question wants multiple versions, then maybe the question can omit the version, but at the very least the answer should (if people agree with this) almost always have the version labeled.
What do people think about this?