On this question: Is there a legal way to get D&D 5e core rulebook PDFs?
After the OP added a bounty, I noticed the accepted answer was out of date. I decided to edit that in as a note at the top of the answer. The answer has now attracted a downvote. I'm a bit sad/guilty about that, as I think the answer is still useful, and might still be proven correct in the long term when there is more news on the subject. My note was intended to help someone finding the answer to better notice the hiatus on D&D 5 digital content.
Is there a way I could of brought attention to the outdated content without attracting downvotes, beyond "Please don't downvote." (Generally I find those to be vote bait on low-quality questions and answers)?
Is there a better way in general to handle information like this going out of date (OP has offered bounty, I tried to add "helpful" edit)?