Occasionally I am re-reading my answers in case I've overlooked something or left some misguiding misprint or something. What I noticed is that there are a couple of them where I was not entirely right or did not understand it well enough, then it has been explained in a discussion with somebody in comments to the answer, and I somehow assumed the thing is settled and left it as it was. That is, for somebody freshly reading the answer it will be necessary to also read several comments to clarify the matter.
Although I do not have time for it now, I certainly feel I have to do something about it. I mean, I must incorporate these clarifications in my answers.
In case such scenario is present in a noticeable percentage of answers I think this can lower overall quality of MO - after all if I understand correctly, its main goal is to become a Q&A type source of information for professional mathematicians, so if one systematically encounters flawed answers made good in comment discussions this would not be a proper Q&A style, no?
What I want to know is whether the majority shares the opinion that there is a problem here, if no - why, and if yes - are there means to direct attention of users to this problem?
Having typed this I looked at similar questions the system listed for me. There are closely related ones - Questions answered in a comment and "This question has been answered in the comments." but they concern questions left without answers because of comments rather than what I ask about.