I have a question about my History of Science and Mathematics Stack Exchange post: Source documents for Bronstein's Cube of Physics
When I posted the "reference request" question, I was looking for some document proving Bronstein was the first to introduce the idea of the "chG maps".
Then, on one side, @KCd provided me a link to such a doc, but, on the other side, I found another (recent) article (see link to Sabine's post, added in the modified question) mentioning a different attribution (Gamow, Ivanenko and Landau).
What should I do now?
Should I edit the question again, mentioning the different attribution and asking for help on that too?
Or should I mark the question answered (indeed, the sources are found) and open a separate question for the attribution?
In such a case should I post an answer to my own question, or should I ask @KCd to post an answer so that they get the reputation for that?