I recently read a Meta question pertaining to question quality. This answer had the following text in bold:
If a mediocre question ends up generating great content, your first inclination should be to clean up the question to make it shine.
Which made me think about a recent question of mine. Shortly after my intended answer was given, several 'loophole' solutions were proposed, all valid but all reliant on a single loophole in my wording.
Should I update my question now that this loophole has been discovered? Or should I leave my question as-is and reward those answers that came up with a clever solution based on the original text?