I have article summaries turned on for my home page.
Also, a comment form shows on the home page.
I am getting some people commenting on various articles, but the comment shows up attached to the home page instead of attached to the article they are commenting on.
I would rather have their comments attached to the article they meant to comment on. But it is a pain to move them (finding out article IDs and opening the XML file with the comments in it), and sometimes it is tough trying to guess which article a comment was meant to go with.
I considered taking the comment form off the home page, but that makes it impossible for someone to give me a general "cudo" (or complaint) about the site as a whole.
I also considered asking you about a "feature request" such that, there would be a special kind of comment form with an extra field in it, that could be invoked if article summaries is invoked, that grabs a list of titles of the articles being summarized, along with a generic option choice of "no article: regarding this site in general", and puts them all in a drop down list, and requires the commenter to choose, if the comment form loads on a page with summary articles happening. But even if you felt that should be done, it would not be an immediately available fix.
I have not pondered on this any longer than it took to right this post, so I may be missing the obvious in deciding on a way to address this. I welcome any input!