I don't really like English (grammatically, that is; not the literature, culture, etc., which make the language worth it), I just have to use it. It's filled with grammatical and orthographic nonsense (and that's when one writes right - no pun intended). May I make a question asking for giving suggestions to improve it, referring failed attempts in the past, etc.? Would it be on-topic?
The short answer is no.
The longer answer is that a question like you propose would not have any conceivable right answer, and so it does not fit the SE Q&A format. It would most likely be closed as "primarily opinion-based" because of this.
Alternatively, you might possibly find some people in chat who would be interested in discussing your topics.
There have been numerous attempts to reform spelling in the English language. Nearly all of these have been ignored (Noah Webster managed to make a few changes in one English-speaking region, but he had the advantage of writing dictionaries.) The advent of texting may actually result in a few beneficial changes, tho I can't see this improving the spelling of more than a handful of words.
Similarly, prescriptive grammarians have been trying for at least two centuries to make English speakers obey certain grammatical rules (some of them sensible, some of them unbelievably stupid). For the most part, English speakers have been ignoring these people, as well.
Why would you want to waste your time trying to reform English?