In my recent question on spaceships & space-colonization it seems there are two camps of people in the answers/comments. There's currently an equal amount of answers (resp answerers) that seem to have no issue understanding and answering the posed problem/question, and of answers that seem to have a hard time at it.
I have tried accommodating the latter group and pointing out missing bits in answers, etc. Adding lots of details to the question that I originally thought unnecessary for the core problem posed - yet I added it because I was asked to.
Now I am still getting comments telling me, paraphrased, that I am doing a bad job, and what not - yet I am positive that I've been doing all I can possible for the stage this problem is posed at.
Out of a fit of still being tired, and being moderately annoyed, I have added a build your own question kit (TM) at the end of the question, in the hope of people actually using it and thus being forced to take the time to read things properly...
Did I overreact / overdo it? What other ways to explain that I cannot provide the details requested in any more concise form as I do not have these details?