I have seen many Ubuntu Edge questions being put on hold because they are not ubuntu. It is stated that it should be asked on the fundraiser page, why are you doing this?
First off, commenting on the fundraiser page requires making an account on igg, and also it is not made for questions that need answers. If I would ask a question there it would be buried within 20 minutes in unrelated questions that cant be filtered out, and even if I would get a reply, I would stand no chance in finding this answer.
People cannot spend 800 dollars if they cannot first get confirmation on ESSENTIAL questions. Such as "will it work in my country?", which is a very non-trivial question for anyone outside Europe or the US. This absolutely NEEDS to be answered. If you look at the dip in pledges during the Asian daytime it is quite clear that people in Asia cannot be sure, and at current rate, the campaign will only(uhm, yeah..) reach 25million.
So please, if you want this fundraiser to be successful, let people ask and answer questions on those kinds of things, since it does have it's own tag. If you have another suggestion to where to ask and answer these questions, please answer me that. But I believe these questions should be answered at as many places as possible, and preferably by clear statements from the Ubuntu Edge team. (I have a feeling they wont really go through the 3000+ comments on the fundraiser page.)