I have a slightly different interpretation of this question, but I agree with the general sentiment that a tag for feature-request on the main site would promote something that the site wasn't intended to provide. My more nuanced view is that we kind of already pick and choose which questions are reasonable "feature requests" - even when they aren't specifically labelled that way.
People will ask all kinds of questions on the main site - Some of these questions are well beyond our scope. Some will be honest 'does this exist? it would really solve this problem x i'm having'. In the best of cases the answer to those is, "No, but it's easy to write a script for it".
I think those of us who solve problems by writing scripts really enjoy showing how relatively simple it is to solve these problems. We tend to respond better to questions that would benefit Blender as a whole, not just the one OP who has some specific need.
Often what makes the scripts seemingly balloon in size/complexity is the Boilerplate needed to (un)register an add-on and operators. Script length doesn't correlate to time / effort.
Complex problem descriptions can have simple solutions
Simple problem descriptions can have complex solutions.
I think if you want dedicated Scripts you should be looking at a site like the blender network (by and for Blender professionals).
Or.. bite the bullet and learn Python. That's an investment nobody can take away from you.