The RSS feeds currently link to the articles directly. (At least the "Appreciated" feed does, I am assuming they both do).
Assume I wanted to leave a comment or "appreciate" a post, after having opened it from my RSS reader.
As of now, I would need to navigate to "https://kagi.com/smallweb/?url=https://blah-blah-blah.html" manually.
Which is a little unobvious itself, since by default, the smallweb page does not modify the URL by default.
I would thus suggest including the link to the smallweb page somehow. For example, HackerNews and lobste.rs use
<link> for the article itself, and
<comments> for the submission page.
In this way, in my reader I can choose to go to the article directly (default action) or to open the comment section to have a glance at the discussion beforehand.