I think it could be useful to have an answer to this question :-). I don't see it as a problem.
I appreciate when people can write an answer in the expected format, and not leave the question hanging. It sounds like you are able to answer it without too much additional effort.
I.e., I think it could be useful to have your explanation, that when a kickstart is missing some options, you won't see an error, but you will still see a manual install screen. I can imagine I would be confused by that!
If a question was extremely poor by our standards, you would expect to see at least one close vote or down vote. And if multiple people have asked the same "simple" question, we are able to mark them as duplicates.
There is one other potential issue with the question though. The question concerns a particular kickstart file, which you have hosted on an external site. This site might go out of business. At least on StackOverflow, you are required to copy all your code in to the body of the question. (You can also upload images to embed in your question or answer and illustrate the point, this will use officially endorsed hosting)
The kickstart code isn't obscenely long. I suggest you just copy it into the question.