Admittedly, I posted this question composed in a bad way, initially at least. As some people were asking for clarifications, I was posting updates one by one, to address each comment, marking each update with [UPDATE] outline.
I usually do so, to make sure the comments made by others still remain valid, once the question has been edited. This time though, someone suggested that instead of posting updates, I should consider editing the question as a whole, so I did just that.
Is it a good practice to adhere to?
Outside the context of that specific question, is it not a concern that some comments may simply loose sense, if the question has been edited the way it looks as an original unedited post? I don't think people often care to check the history of editions.