>I would rather see high quality writing about how to be successful in raising money and delivering on Kickstarter.
Not every "project" can and should be successful in raising money. The general gist of the example was not "You didn't write about this well enough, so I gave up on you and want to shout about it". Instead, it was "You don't seem to have any idea what you're doing, and here's how I can tell."
If you don't know what the risks, details, or plans are, you can't and don't write about those things. We can tell you don't know about them, and can choose not to support the "project". In this way, your Kickstarter page perfectly represents the project. Why would anyone want to change that?