Someone posted a new answer to a rather old question of mine, Disadvantages of partitioning an SSD?.
The answer I accepted has 13 upvotes at this time, and I have accepted the information therein as truth.
The new answer disagrees on several points with the accepted answer, and the poster (although a completely new user) gives compelling arguments.
Anyway, I don't have the technical knowledge on this topic to judge which answer is correct. What remedy does the Q/A format of Stack Exchange prescribe for this kind of situation? Obviously either of the answerers have got to be wrong, but I think it's better to have a sort of merger between the two rather than let the votes decide, in the interest of having a canonical reference.
Would offering a bounty be helpful in this case?