I will start by saying, yes, there are cases where it will be relevant for the question asked, right. But are those weird, rare cases reason enough to overcome the drawbacks of having them in first place?
What drawbacks? you may ask, well:
First of all, those tags are often misapplied, and by often I mean almost always. People don't even know when distributions tags are relevant for their questions, we can't expect them to apply the version ones correctly. This is one reason the almighty
ThorShog describes in his recipe to remove tags:
2. Does the tag add any meaningful information to the post?
This covers a pretty big range of issues, from folks typing complete sentences into the tag entryfield causing useless tags to be applied, to folks just going overboard and applying once-reasonable tags to questions where it is only tangentially-relevant, to folks just finding two different terms for the same concept and using both of them. I'll usually start by looking at the "related tags" sidebar: there should be a few tags listed, but if any of them are synonyms then they should be merged; if that's not the case, then I'll start looking through questions to see how many of them are actually about the concept represented by the tag (which I should have a basic understanding of after step #1). If the tag is superfluous on the vast majority of questions where it is used, then it should go.
(the bold + italics is the relevant part)
Second, which is related to the first, whenever a tag gets misapplied following the above precept, it creates overhead on users that should be doing something more important. This wastes time of users which have to go against the tide just to remove these from the post where it's irrelevant.
Third, and probably more important, these tags more often than not displace relevant ones. This is probably the most harmful effect of those tags, since they literally prevent the experts on certain topic from ever finding the questions they can answer.
So, is there some positive case where the benefit of having these tags (all of them) is greater than the losses it produce?