A discussion began in the comments on Can I get an ebook from the library in the United States? should it be split and the answers that are non-USA be recreated on the splits?
I have created a Canadian version of the question here. Anyone who answered the original question, but with Canadian answers, I will upvote if they answer again on the Canadian one. Once the person reaches the original upvote count I will delete the old answer to prevent duplicates. The UK version has also been created here
I hesitate to delete answers, the site is young and many of our members have little rep at this time.
- This question can be clarified to be US centric.
- Leave the non-us answer, but encourage creation of separate questions by country and encourage new answers be posted there
- Owners of non-US answers can edit or delete non-US answers at their leisure. The answers were not "wrong" at the time they where posted.
No one is wrong here, we are growing as site, and it would be wrong to negatively impact anyone's rep for a developing scenario.
I am against one more question for every country, that way we could be ending up with a possible 190+ questions. Questions which might not even differ in answer if the county involves shares some über-country wide lending system with other countries.
The correct way to handle this kind of information that evolves over time is to change the US specific question in a generic one about ebook lending then create a wiki answer where the different countries can be added and update over time.