Occasionally a post will come along that generates a lot of discussion in the comments section. Oftentimes, when the number of comments on such posts get to be very large, I feel too intimidated to try to sift through the comments to look for good points: I may look through the most upvoted original comments for points that seem interesting, but if there are large comment chains/nests (which can prevent highly upvoted comments from floating to the top of the comment section), I feel deterred from digging into the comments to find any key insights/quotes. (This is especially the case when I am a few days late to the conversation, and thus am less incentivized/likely to contribute.)
Thus, I am curious whether people would like to see "curation comments" or "meta-comments" that provide a list of key points or "Thoughts I found most interesting/insightful from the comment section" after a post has been out for a few days. Of course, I do not expect any such summary to be perfect or objective, but I personally would probably appreciate being able to see 1–3 summaries from people rather than trying to wade through all of the comments myself.
I am mainly just asking to see if people share my interest in this idea, rather than offering a specific proposal. However, one simple way I figure this could be done is if people agreed upon using a standardized, ctrl+f'able phrase like "[Comment Curation]" or "[Meta-Comment]" at the beginning of any such comment.