Is it good or bad practice in this community to update a question you have asked with a follow up describing the outcome of the implementation?
Many of the questions asked here are about problems that the OP has. The community takes what information about the problem statement and requirements that the OP (hopefully) gives and a few proposals are put forth. These ideas may be debated or the OP might provide additional clarification that makes one solution seem better than the other for whatever reason.
What I haven't seen yet (in my two months on the site) is feedback on what the actual end result was. Did the feature get implemented using one of the answers in the thread? Did the idea stand up to the test of production or was there a weakness or incorrect assumption?
Bringing that result back to the question as an "update" makes the question the more valuable to future users who find the question in the SERP.
I'm still learning the social norms for this board, so I'm wondering if this is in-bounds or out-of-bounds in this community?