The fact that this question needs to be updated, and will continue to need to be updated for its entire lifetime, is a very strong indicator that it's not appropriate for Stack Overflow. It is, in fact, what we call a "shopping question" -- a request, not for a self-contained explanation of or solution to a problem, but for a list of resources or tools.
In the general case, when you would like more or different details than are provided in the answers to an existing similar question, you have two choices. You can place a bounty on the question, which will make it more visible for a week and perhaps encourage new answers with the extra reward available. It's also possible to ask a new question, carefully and thoroughly making clear the differences between the older post and your new take on the issue. The preferred option is the bounty, however. See also How do I get attention for old, unanswered questions?, which also addresses questions that do have answers.
In this particular case, however, the question should not be hosted on Stack Overflow, and reflecting that, it should and has been closed.