Neoseeker : News : Kickstarter adds new guidelines, now requires creators to mention "risks and challenges"
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nnnddd101010 Sep 21, 12
Have they changed the rules so that Kickstarter can't be used as a fundraiser?

You know, so someone can't, y'know, guilt people into giving them hundreds of thousands of dollars to make a youtube video and run.
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Zombie_Barioth Sep 21, 12
I don't know but these new rules mean there are more hoops to jump through to qualify in the first place.

I think its a good idea that theres a minimum required amount of information that needs to be submitted and presented to potential backers, and they are making sure all risks involved are brought to their attention. The projects we've seen so far have treated it more like a pre-order than a financial investment.

But I think they need to either clarify or rethink the guidelines for things like software that don't have a physical form. Outside of game play trailers there aren't many ways to show progress. If I'm going to back something I want to see proof of how much consideration and work went into it, which means concept art or diagrams and other things that show though processes. I want to be convinced it will work and be successful.
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Rabla Sep 21, 12
quote nnnddd101010
Have they changed the rules so that Kickstarter can't be used as a fundraiser?
That's always been a rule there.
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nnnddd101010 Sep 22, 12
quote Rabla
That's always been a rule there.
Well, that's apparently something they don't enforce.
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