In my question: "Which scholars argue that mentioning Gods name while slaughtering is not obligatory?", I got an answer that I think somehow answered my question about which scholars say it is not obligatory to mention Gods name while slaughtering. But the answer did also contain lists of scholars who say that one must mention the name of God while slaughtering. While I think it is good information, in my opinion I do not think it is related to my question.
I then recommended that we should remove the content which didn't address my question. But we had different of opinions about that and he said: "that the answer is more complete and useful if all three views are represented". So we decided that he would create a separate answer which was specific to my question, and keeping the old answer, in order to make sure all views are represented.
Now, I respect this, but my opinion is still that an answer should be specific to the question, and if someone else wants to know about the other point of view, they could ask that as a separate question. Therefore I'd like to know how our policy is about this or similar situations:
Question: Should answers be specific to the view that is asked for in the question?