I really value your work and I'd really like to help you to integrate it. But rather than doing the integration work myself (for which, to be fair, I don't have many spare cycles), I'd like to teach you how to do it yourself. The benefits would be:
* The integration of your work wouldn't generate additional work for other people, other than the actual review + feedback
* You would be able to get feedback in the PR itself — there is a space for discussion, as well as posting inline comments
* Many different people could help with commenting, reviewing, and even merging the changes
* You would get credit as those changes would be clearly marked as yours
I'd rather spent an hour teaching you how to do future changes yourself, rather than doing it myself for 8.77 minutes. Especially with the amount of work you do, I wouldn't be able to keep up long-term. Also, there are many other people out there that could help to review the changes.
I know, git might be a new tool for many writers, and learning it might require some effort, but using it has many benefits for large communities such as Fedora, where we need to scale our work between many people living in different parts of the world and different timezones. If we want to work in a large community, or want to build a large community, we need to have workflows that scale. And git is one of the least horrible options there.
So, I'm happy to have a video call with you, even for an hour, going through the integration of your changes, so you feel comfortable doing them yourself next time. Would that work for you?
Please let me know.