Over a week ago I asked this question. In it, I proposed a solution and asked for it to be verified, or for an alternative solution to be suggested. Currently, there are no answers but there is one comment stating that my proof is correct (as well as indicating the need for more explanation of a certain claim which I have since addressed in an edit).
As I don't expect the question to get any more attention, I am considering removing the proof from the question and adding it as an answer. This would allow me to accept the answer which would remove the question from the unanswered queue. I wouldn't accept straight away, just in case bumping the question to the front page draws the attention of a user who may wish to answer. As for the comment, I was thinking of asking a moderator to move it to the answer (if that's even possible).
Would this be considered inappropriate behaviour? If so, are there any suggestions for actions I should take instead.