I asked a question some time ago that's been getting a decent amount of attention. In short, the question involves finding the value of terms of a sequence, and crucially, each term can be upper-bounded (by either checking all possibilities, or by randomized trials). When writing the original question, I provided a list of known upper bounds, but this list has had to be updated multiple times as people pointed out better bounds in the comments. What's a good way to keep my question updated to reflect these comments? Here are the options I've considered:
- Change question every time a relevant comment is posted: bumps my question and leads to a long edit history
- Link to some external dynamic content that I can update: susceptible to link rot if I stop updating the content in the future
- Transfer upper bounds to a CW answer: bounds might be buried beneath better answers - although not an issue now since there are only two answers
Do you have any other ideas? What are some good ways in which you've dealt with a situation like this?