I was just editing https://android.stackexchange.com/questions/4060/what-blogs-write-about-good-android-apps-and-tips when I realized we might have something of a problem. I moved the answer-in-the-question out to a proper answer, and added my own answer; now there are 7 answers. If we split all the other answers into one website per answer we'll have 14 answers, which is getting unwieldy.
On the one hand I would prefer one site per answer so that we can vote on them individually and the good ones can rise to the top. This also makes sense since it's impossible to create a single definitive answer (some editors will find a particular site useful and others won't). Once the answers overflow a page, though, you get into a situation where new answers never get seen or voted on, since few people go to the next page.
What should we do about this? I personally have no problem favoriting these sort of questions and keeping an eye on them, and deleting old low-voted answers to keep everything on one page, but I'm not confident that that's the best solution.