Is it a good practice to include version information along with the name when you are uploading a static resource. For example, I am uploading a file "Bootstrap-3.3.5.zip" in static resource, Shall I name my static as "Bootstrap" or "Bootstrap3"? What would you suggest in long run? Please share your thoughts.
I would suggest calling it something general like "Bootstrap". Although appending versions might sound like a reasonable idea, it breaks down when a new version is released and you have to go through every VF page to update the markup to match the current version of Bootstrap.
Keeping all names, folders and files consistent will keep your resources up to date without generating additional, unnecessary work.
Just my thoughts!