I recently asked a question on how the uncertainity principle applies to a situation described there. There have been some comments, which, I think are at least partial answers. I commented that and hoped that one or some of the users who commented would consider turning their comment into an answer. Unfortunately, this has not happened.
I believe that by "combining" all of the comments, I might be able to write an answer to my own question. My answer would not be very in-depth or precise, but it would be some sort of "intuitive" (which is, without math and purely by describing - and no, I'm not saying that mathematics are always unintuitive. But the answer would only deal with the concept, not describing them mathematically) answer.
However, I am not sure whether it is allowed ot encouraged to do so. It does not feel quite right to me to write an answer consisting of information that I did not research or derive - basically, I would be "stealing" the answers (which in this case are however comments) of other users and pack them all in one post.
Is there any site policy regarding situations like this, and how should one deal with it?