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Mk.3 is perfectly viable. because it applies to parts of software. And these things are part of a software...

"the 1.0+ (1.1, 1.12, 2.0, 3.0, etc.) software versioning convention often used to designate general software product releases"
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I know all about semver, as a software developer...

This are hardware related naming conventions, yes, inside a software, but in a simulated world.
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