I have created an account for you. Sorry for late reply.
The point about the firstname.lastname@example.org is valid, we’ve made the .io one but forgot to add one for .net. Complaining about slow response time in a community project, however, is a bit strange though—a community project is by definition best effort.
The wiki has been effectively read only from its inception. Despite over 11000 unique visitors every month, few people bothered to edit it even when registration was open. It was the same even when anoymous editing was enabled. I’ve honored all account creation requests that I received earlier by the way… all three of them.
The issue with the community is that rather than a lot of people doing small things, it’s for the most part a small number of sufficiently crazy people doing large chunks of work. For example, the most visited page of the wiki, the User Guide, was written singlehandedly by Ray Soucy.
You can guess that the people who have that dedication to the project, whatever their reasons, are “a tiny bit” oversubscribed. There are high priority issues to deal with first, those listed in phabricator. We are in that voluntarily, but I hope people understand that rather than blame us.
I had to wait weeks or months to have my patches or bugs looked at in projects that few will try to accuse of not being open source enough, such as MediaWiki, Debian, and others. I don’t blame them—perhaps they had more pressing issues, perhaps they were just too busy with their day jobs or whatever else. I secretly hope other people will treat me the same way.