That comment breaks my heart. I have long wished for a friendlier culture on EL&U.
I did not downvote, but I did snark, because these requests (what's the word with a negative connotation for what constant, too-high waves do the the shore and it's inhabitants?) EL&U on (what's a better and more eloquent way to say "a regular basis"?) and leave me (what's a single word that describes the discouragement someone feels when something they hold dear seems to be slipping away and they're afraid it might never be like it was? I don't mean nostalgia.)
Yea, though I (what's a good word or phrase for "walking in the valley of the shadow of something", but a lot shorter?), see to what depths of depravity I have fallen? Snark. I am disappointed in myself. (Is there a single word or idiom in English that refers to the regret someone feels when they see that they have become the thing they once disliked - and kind of still do - and were hoping they wouldn't become, but have anyway? But that still makes them feel guilty about it, and they know they are maybe wrong, but also they understand how that happened?)
Once, it would have been me welcoming the user and scratching my head, trying to (what's a better word for "assist" that carries with it a connotation of wanting to help?) them. And I've only been here (what's a single word that means "a little over a year" but less than "a year and a third"?). Imagine how it feels to people who have been here even longer yet still have higher hopes for the site than to look at the front page and see it peppered with requests like this?
It breaks my heart. But it also breaks my heart to look at the front page, to look at the review queue and see 130 reviews every day, to take on six low quality answers and in the time it takes to review those six, to have five more added to the queue so that it becomes eleven.
My heart breaks for this individual. I (a word not quite as dramatic and exuberant as rejoice, but more than the insipid "am happy") that you are still tender-hearted and enthusiastic, and that you've become such a valuable user.
But see how tedious this response has become? Yet it only asks for eight words. That might be about the number of SWRs we've gotten on a single busy day here in the same time it took to write this very snarky answer. But, (is the interjection "wow" still used in American English? Is there a newer word that has replaced it but means the same thing?), it is so very, v e r y understandable.
Keep on pushing for making the community a better place in every way. That is always right.
I hope you know that in spite of the snark - and some hyperbole - I really meant everything I said. My heart did break on looking back at the question. You are doing the right thing.