This answer (quoted below) was confirmed to be factually incorrect when Naruto Chapter 656 was released.
Actually, issue #1 means first manga release of beginning of the year. So it means there's no Naruto manga until the first week of January.
I seek clarification on what is our policy on deletion of this answer, because site policy/guidelines on two different pages seem to be mutually conflicting.
The Why and how are some answers deleted? page states:
Answers that do not fundamentally answer the question may be removed. This includes answers that are:
- commentary on the question or other answers
- asking another, different question
- “thanks!” or “me too!” responses
- exact duplicates of other answers
- barely more than a link to an external site
- not even a partial answer to the actual question
Although the above answer is incorrect, it doesn't seem to violate any of the bullets. However, the Trusted User Privileges states:
When should I vote to delete an answer?
You may vote to delete answers in the following cases:
- The answer is extremely low quality: There is little to no scope for improvement
- The answer doesn't answer the question; it may be a comment or a separate question altogether.
- The answer is not much more than a link to another page. Link only answers are not allowed on Stack Exchange.
It could be argued that a factually incorrect answer is "extremely low quality with little scope for improvement".
Which of these versions should a trusted user follow when deciding on whether to cast a delete vote on an answer?